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Where did this watermark come from?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by rbn, Feb 15, 2007.

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  1. rbn

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    Whenever I open a folder in Windows Explorer that has a thumbnailed photo I get a watermark in the botom right hand corner of the window that looks kind of like an Ipod with a ball in the display. Where did this watermark come from and how do I get rid of it?
     

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    I do not recgnize this icon, but it is likely from your photo managing software. These programs usually default themselves as the method to open photo file extensions: jpg/jpeg/gif/and so on. Folder Options>File Types. Scroll down to the photo extensions. Left click the extension to highlight. The program associated with that extension by default will be presented below the scroll box. Choose "change," and browse to the program with which you want the extension associated. Windows picture and fax viewer is the system default originally. It shows no watermark. BTW- it is unlikely that the photo itself is marked. The photo program simply marks the thumbnails to remind you of what a great job it's doing.
     
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