When Microsoft launched Windows 10 back on July 29, it secretly disabled apps that we’ve grown so familiar with and accustomed to, like the Windows Photo Viewer. In Windows 10, you get the new Windows Photo Viewer, which in my opinion comes with better minor editing features. But it is just unfamiliar, and it takes some little getting used to.
If you are the type of user who has not gotten used to the new Photo App, and you’ve been looking at your default image viewer settings in an attempt to set the old Photo Viewer as your systems image default viewer. Here’s why you’ve might be having a little trouble making that happen:
If you upgraded from Windows 7 or Windows 8, although the Photo App will be the default picture viewer. You can get the old Photo Viewer by under option given under ‘Open With’ when you right click on a picture file you want to open.
If you performed a clean install of Windows 10, Microsoft has completely disabled the old Photo Viewer, and there’s no way you can get it back without a special
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