I just switched from Windows to macOS. In Windows, I can use "Set defaults for applications" to select an app to see what file types or link types it can open, and change all default types for each app.
However, in macOS, I only found a way to change default apps by each type, which makes it difficult for me to control which types of files each app can open. Is there anything equivalent to the "Set defaults for applications" in macOS?
I've tried what's described in https://support.apple.com/guide/mac-help/choose-an-app-to-open-a-file-on-mac-mh35597/mac. But this is not what I expect. For each app, I expect a function to list and change all types it can open, just like Windows (ref: "How to set defaults for applications on Windows 11" section in https://www.ghacks.net/2021/10/27/how-to-change-default-programs-on-windows-11/):