Vista thumbnail is not updating
I hate going through a folder in Explorer and not being able to clearly see the details of the picture.I guess Microsoft didn’t think about that issue when the released Windows XP.Luckily, there’s an easy way to modify these settings so that the thumbnails can be any size you want up to 256×256.
Scroll down past Tweak UI to learn about adjust thumbnail sizes in Windows 7/8.You can still manually change the thumbnail size for a particular folder, but when you browse back to the same folder later, the thumbnails will display with the custom size you set in the registry.If you’re still not happy with the 256 max size for thumbnails in Windows and you don’t want to install any third-party software, you have one other option.Now when you browse through your photos in My Pictures or anywhere where you have thumbnails turned on, you should see something like this: Now that is much better! If you decide to use the registry hack, then you can change the size of the thumbnails on Windwos XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 since the same hacks works for all these versions.The only clear advantage to using the registry hack at all in Windows Vista and higher is if you want to use a custom size for the thumbnails.
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Previously, I had written about a cool little utility that you can get for free from Microsoft called Tweak UI that lets you modify and tweak a bunch of Windows XP settings.