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Enable Windows Photo Viewer in Windows 10 - One Click

Windows Photo Viewer is present on Windows operating systems since the time XPacquis. With a simple, minimal resource interface, it's the easiest utility to open pictures and start a slideshow. In fact, Windows Photo Viewer does not offer us too much options for editing / editing a picture. We can only rotate an image or delete it. The purpose of the utility is to quickly view image files (.JPG, .PNG) in a folder.

With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft quit this utility and gave users other options to open and edit the images. The "Photos" application of Windows 10 is the "Windows Photo Viewer" replacement. Another interface and more primary editing options for images.

If you want to use it Windows Photo Viewe on Windows 10, we have good news. Although the utility does not appear in List of applications when we want to open an image, microsoft not removed everything from the operating system. It is blocked / hidden from the registry (Windows Registry) and can be easily activated by anyone who wants it.

Enable Windows Photo Viewer on Windows 10

1. Download and unzip:Activate Windows Photo Viewer-on-Windows-10

2. Inside the archive, double-click the "Activate Windows Photo Viewer on Windows 10"

3. Click "Yes" to enable UAC run and click "Yes" to enter the registry. Registry Editor.

4. Click "OK" to confirm the change.

After this step, select o picture .JPG or . PNG, right-click on it, and in the "context menu" (menu that opens), go to "Open with">"Choose another app"

A list of compatible applications will be displayed to open the selected file type. Click "More apps" and run the list to Windows Photo Viewer.

Select with one click "Windows Photo Viewer", Then tick"Always use this app to open .png files

After clicking "OK," all .png files will automatically open in Windows Photo Viewer without having to select the application every time.

Enable Windows Photo Viewer in Windows 10 - One Click

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