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How can I show the thumbnails for these psd's on my windows folder?


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Hello, i do have some questions regarding the psd files that my friend forwarded to me, I saved it all on my windows folder. 

By the way, those psd files are just small in size, they are just a small psd file that shows a background  for a 2x2 id picture.

my problem is, I want to see the thumbnails of each of the psd files on my windows folder, this is for me to save time by not opening each of everyone of them when i need to search for a particular file. 

image.thumb.png.22236fac243f2292d2ab0ca91a98b3ac.pngThank you so much and I hope that you could help me with my little problem.

 

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9 minutes ago, Averarham said:

my problem is, I want to see the thumbnails of each of the psd files on my windows folder, this is for me to save time by not opening each of everyone of them when i need to search for a particular file. 

Windows will show the information in that File Explorer window that you've asked it to show. The View tab is where you would specify it. Try any of the "... icons" options.

 

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34 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

Windows will show the information in that File Explorer window that you've asked it to show. The View tab is where you would specify it. Try any of the "... icons" options.

 

It looks like it's already shown as "Large icons."
I have Photoshop so not sure if Windows itself or Affinity can handle psd thumbnail.
The thumbnail supposed to be shown without Photoshop?

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25 minutes ago, ashf said:

I have Photoshop so not sure if Windows itself or Affinity can handle psd thumbnail.

Affinity does not handle thumbnails at all in the File Explorer dialogs. That would be Windows, or a user-installed codec.

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xnViewMP is a very good file viewer and displays PSD file thumbnails.

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