10 July 2017

Why You Should Disable Thumbnails in Windows

You’re probably used to seeing thumbnails in Windows. Whenever you open a folder in the File Explorer, thumbnails let you preview pictures, PDFs, and other common documents without opening them. But you don’t really need thumbnails. In fact, disabling them could be a bigger benefit than you think. What are the benefits of turning off thumbnails? Whenever you open a folder, Windows has to use resources to load all the thumbnails. This isn’t a huge deal for folders with two documents, but opening a folder with 500 pictures could take several seconds to load them all. Thus, using Windows will...

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