Windows 10: Kill Microsoft Photos (Change behavior for picture media) Solved

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  1.    27 Apr 2017 #11

    Okay. I got to a place where I can choose associations for File Explorer. How do I add:
    CF media card containing jpegs and raw files?
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  2.    27 Apr 2017 #12

    And...
    Adobe Bridge is not in that list of programs.
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  3.    27 Apr 2017 #13

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  4.    27 Apr 2017 #14

    I tried:
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    and...
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    Neither works.
    Microsoft Photos still takes control upon inserting the CF card.
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  5.    27 Apr 2017 #15

    Is Photoshop on that list? If it is then you can get to Bridge through Photoshop. This is about all I can think of.
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  6.    27 Apr 2017 #16

    There are no Adobe programs on this list:
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  7.    27 Apr 2017 #17

    K, you have 2 anomalies going here;
    1st: you'd like Explorer to open when you plug in media,
    2nd: you need to set a default app to view them with.

    Kind of two separate scenarios.
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  •    27 Apr 2017 #18

    Uncheck, check and choose what I posted in Post #13, that takes care of the Explorer bit...

    then, right click an image file, click 'Open with', 'Choose another app', in the dialog that pops up scroll down to 'More apps', in the next dialog scroll down to "Look for another app on This PC', navigate to Adobe Bridge and choose, in dialog "Always use Adobe Bridge to open image files?" click Yes and OK
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  •    27 Apr 2017 #19

    I would like Microsoft Photo Editor to open if I ever click on a JPEG.
    I would like File Explorer to open when I insert media containing JPEGs and other pictures.
    (I just tried to set Windows Photo Viewer to open when I click on JPEGs, but only TIFFs are available for assigning to Photo Viewer:
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    My main goal is to get File Explorer to open upon inserting new media, which contains jpegs.
    But, Windows only wants to let me assign Windows Store Apps.
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  •    27 Apr 2017 #20

    I turned off Autoplay for everything.
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    And then rebooted.
    Photos still launched upon inserting the media.
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