Steven Powers (SMP): How to Display Photoshop Thumbnails in Windows 10

How to Display Photoshop Thumbnails in Windows 10


Where did my Photoshop thumbnails go?  They were working in Windows 7 before I upgraded and then they were gone. With a little searching I found SageThumbs that would fix this problem.
Years back I reviewed XnView here as an alternative for browsing image files, and performing quick edits among other things.  I still use it and recommend it today. 

SageThumbs is a powerful shell extension allowing to preview enormous amount of image formats directly in Windows Explorer by using Pierre-e Gougelet's GFL library (XnView's author). This is quite helpful to view more than just PSD files, but obviously, many other image types. It is recommended to also install XnView, which I strongly agree, but is not required for the display of PSD thumbnails.  

SageThumbs [as well as XnView] are resource-friendly, so there won't be any noticeable use off system resources.

Below are the links to both.


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