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Cannot view Pics in folder

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by KrzyPrk, Apr 8, 2010.

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  1. KrzyPrk

    KrzyPrk Thread Starter

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    I'm using Win 7 and somehow I configured it to use it at maximum performance.
    I forgotten how I did this.

    Anyway, can someone help me just view pics in the folder that I go into?
    I used to see "mini" pics in a folder where all my pictures are.


    thanks
     
  2. Mumbodog

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    When you are in the folder with pictures, use "View" at the toolbar, set it to small, medium, large, or extra large icons.

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  3. KrzyPrk

    KrzyPrk Thread Starter

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    hey mumbodog,

    It's already set al large view.
    See screenshot below.

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  4. Mumbodog

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    Try this, go into folder Options>View Tab, be sure "always show icons never thumbnails" is Unticked.

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  5. KrzyPrk

    KrzyPrk Thread Starter

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    It worked~!

    Thank you so much~!!!


    :)(y)
     
  6. Mumbodog

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    Most likely you made changes in Control Panel>System>Advanced System settings.

    You are welcome.

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  7. KrzyPrk

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    Not sure what I did months ago but I remember choosing something to maximize PC performance.
    Thanks again~
     
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