PSD Thumbnails

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May 22, 2020

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I use and teach Photoshop in a high school. Windows file explorer showed PSD thumbnails. During this quarantine I've had to have my kids use GIMP because Photoshop couldn't be downloaded on all the students computers. My school's tech manager just updated my laptop to Photoshop 2020. Now in Windows file explorer the PSD show as a GIMP thumbnail. How do I change them back to show PSD thumbnails? I don't like GIMP and don't want all my Photoshop stuff showing as GIMP thumbnails. In the Bridge I can still see the PSD and it says PSD. It's just affecting file explorer. I don't want to have to keep right clicking to open with Photoshop. I want to just go back to being able to just double click and the image open in Photoshop.

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PSD Thumbnails

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May 22, 2020

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I use and teach Photoshop in a high school. Windows file explorer showed PSD thumbnails. During this quarantine I've had to have my kids use GIMP because Photoshop couldn't be downloaded on all the students computers. My school's tech manager just updated my laptop to Photoshop 2020. Now in Windows file explorer the PSD show as a GIMP thumbnail. How do I change them back to show PSD thumbnails? I don't like GIMP and don't want all my Photoshop stuff showing as GIMP thumbnails. In the Bridge I can still see the PSD and it says PSD. It's just affecting file explorer. I don't want to have to keep right clicking to open with Photoshop. I want to just go back to being able to just double click and the image open in Photoshop.

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