Windows 10: Why Folder Thumbnails NOT Update When I Saved New Pictures ?

  1.    30 Nov 2016 #1

    Why Folder Thumbnails NOT Update When I Saved New Pictures ?


    it Always Still Old Thumbnails When I Saved New Images. How to Refresh That ?
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  2.    30 Nov 2016 #2

    Hi, I understand the question as
    Why doesn't the folder icon change when I save new images to that folder? How do I get that to refresh?

    What I note is that the folder icon does refresh automatically if there's a significant change to the folder content. For example, it changes if I put all the images in a folder into a folder within the first folder.

    However, the shortcut to that folder isn't necessarily updated at the same time.

    The difference can be seen by opening an explorer window to view the folder contents, and another to view the folder icon (e.g. medium). Significant changes to the folder content are quite quickly reflected in the folder icon.

    For example, deleting 1 of three images makes no change, deleting 1 of two images makes a change in the icon.

    If at the same time you keep a shortcut to the folder visible on the desktop, you will probably see no change in that, even if you rebuild the cache.
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