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Windows 7 - JPG Files, Thumbnails not translating to pictures

Posted on 2013-11-07
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When exploring the pictures directory - the thumbnails simply display as a standard seaside mountainous image.
How can i get the thumbnails to show me a small representation of the pictures, this use to work previously but seems to have lost the settings somehow i cannot understand.

Can you please provide a simple solution on how to represent the pictures in a thumbnail?

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Question by:shaunwingin
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open explorer  - in the menu bar click organise - select folder options and view tab
Uncheck Always show icons, never thumbnails, and click/tap on OK.

here a tutorial  :  http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/11738-thumbnail-previews-enable-disable.html
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