Restore Windows Photo Viewer in Windows 10  

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       #360

    You're most welcome.
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       #361

    Not a major problem but since I remember, each photo format had its own icon in Windows 7 but in 10, it's all the same as .tiff
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       #362

    Did you use Option 2?
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       #363

    Brink said:
    Did you use Option 2?
    No, I used 1
    Should I use 2 ?
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  5. Posts : 61,554
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       #364

    Option 2 would give you what you wanted instead.

    Undo Option 1 first, then apply Option 2.
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       #365

    Brink said:
    Option 2 would give you what you wanted instead.

    Undo Option 1 first, then apply Option 2.
    Thanks
    Regardless of the icon, which method is best?
    If Option 1 is better, then I'll stick with it
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  7. Posts : 61,554
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       #366

    What's better really depends on your wants, but I like Option 2 best.

    Option 1 only gets applied to the current user, and uses Tiff as a reference for the Windows Photo Viewer.

    Option 2 gets applied to all users, and adds the other file type references for the Windows Photo Viewer.
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  8. Posts : 12
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       #367

    Brink said:
    Option 2 would give you what you wanted instead.

    Undo Option 1 first, then apply Option 2.
    I did but still no change in icons
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       #368

    Please go ahead and post a screenshot showing what you're seeing to see if it may reveal more about what's happening.
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       #369

    After a clean install of Windows 10 I'm trying to get my old photo viewer back. I tried option 2 and the viewer it brought back lacked the "edit" features of the old version. I used to be able to open a picture, edit (in a number a ways), resize, etc.
    I was unable to find these features, so I hit undo to reverse the restore.

    Does your restore bring back full functionality, or only some features?
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