Restore Windows Photo Viewer to Windows 10

Bring back Windows Photo Viewer or set it as your default utility to open images that feature a certain file format using this application.

  • Restore Windows Photo Viewer to Windows 10
  • Version :1.0
  • License :Trial
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Authorsoft

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Restore Windows Photo Viewer to Windows 10 Description

If you have recently upgraded to Windows 10, then you probably noticed that the operating system packs a plethora of new utilities, including a new tool for viewing images. Then again, if you cannot adapt or simply do not like the new Photos apps, you will be happy to learn that you can turn back to Windows Photo Viewer without too much hassle.

Restore Windows Photo Viewer to Windows 10 is a handy piece of software that enables you to switch between the two Windows image viewers or use it for viewing certain types of pictures.

Comes with a clean and intuitive interface

The setup is quick, uneventful and does not require too much of your attention. Upon launch, you are welcomed by a single window that is user-friendly and organized, so it is unlikely that you can encounter issues getting around.

It is worth mentioning that enabling Windows Photo Viewer can be done with one click and that the app allows you to set it as your default utility for previewing pictures. If you want to revert your change, then you can easily do so by accessing the Keep using Photo Apps button.

Allows you to specify the file formats to be opened

The application is versatile in the sense that you can have both picture viewers enabled at the same time. You should know that you can configure the app, so that it allows you to access only certain photos that include a specific file extension.

You can specify the file extensions to be opened with Photo Viewer by checking or unchecking the extensions available. As you probably already hinted, the utility supports JPEG, BMP, ICO, PNG, TIFF, WDP, GIF, JXR, JPG, JPE and JFIF file formats.

A tool for anyone accustomed to Windows Photo Viewer

All in all, if you got used to the old photo viewer in Windows and you would like to use it despite the fact that you upgraded your operating system, then perhaps Restore Windows Photo Viewer to Windows 10 could lend you a hand.

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