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When you double-click an image thumbnail in Bridge, it will open in ACR if it's a raw image (or a JPG or TIF that has already been adjusted in ACR), or will open in Photoshop if it's a bitmapped image or Illustrator if it's a vector image. Etc.
If you want to just see the image, just click once on it, and it will display in the Preview Panel.
I hope this answers your question as I'm not fully sure what your question is.
I want to show photos like ACDSee.
Since I've never used nor seen ACDSee, I have no idea what you're wishing for. Can you explain what you want?
When I double-click on the photo, ACDSee shows the photo in full screen, and when I double-click on the photo again, ACDSee returns to the grid view in the folder in the ACDsee program itself.
Ah, well, those actions will never be used in Bridge because double-clicking a file in Bridge will open that file in either Photoshop or Adobe Camera Raw.
If you want to see an image in full size, try pressing the Space Bar. Pressing the Space Bar again will return the screen as it was.
I agree with you that the space that Adobe provides for the Preview is, well, silly.
The custom Workspace I am almost always using was easy to create. It's a bit deceiving to look at here because I scrunched it way down for purposes of a smaller file, but you get the idea. Only the Content Panel(s) on the right side. Only the Preview Panel is in the middle. And everything else on the left. Also, when opened full-sized, I'll have 3–4 image columns instead of the (shown) two. I have different sets of the same Workspace that has different Panels on the left side.
Anyhow, this gives me very large previews, certainly not as big as the Spacebar can provide, but much better than the Essentials displays.