Nowadays, people prefer to viewing photos on their digital devices like smartphones, computers, and tablets rather than printing them out. Obviously,
Nowadays, people prefer to viewing photos on their digital devices like smartphones, computers, and tablets rather than printing them out. Obviously, it is much easier to restore these digital photos in memory drives and has a better experience when visualizing them on screens.
In this post, we are not talking about how to view photos with the best photo viewer. We are talking about how to view multiple photos at once in Windows 10. Not just open one photo in viewer and scroll over the window for the next or previous one. We are looking for a method to preview all items at once.
Viewing multiple photos at once on Mac is simple.
We all know that you can open and view multiple photos by Preview, a free and versatile image viewer on Mac. Highlight all image files and double click on one of them. Preview will open these images at once with thumbnails view in the sidebar.
Thanks for the post from Jeff Benjamin on iDB. We have another alternative way to preview multiple photos at once in an elegant manner.
Step 1. Select more than one desired images and press the Space button;
Step 2. Use key combination: “Command + Return”
Now you can view all images in Quick Look at once. So cool!
Photos, the competent viewer on Windows 10.
Mac OS has provided amazing features for us. So how about Window 10? Will it give us some surprises when we hope to open multiple images? Of course, it is Microsoft Photos, the default image viewer in Windows 10. It is the best place to view and organize your digital photos.
In Windows 10, you can’t open multiple photos like Mac OS by selecting them and double-click. Microsoft Photos only allows you to view one picture each time by default setting. However, there is a trick that you can view all images in the specified folder at once.
Step 1. Run Microsoft Photos simply by double-clicking one image;
Step 2. Click “View all photos” in the upper left corner.
Step 3. Select “Folders” tab and choose the folder where you place your photos.
Step 4. Now you can view all of your photos on the screen. You can scroll up and down to locate your desired photo quickly.
Now, after reading this post, it should never be a problem for you to open multiple pictures to view on Windows 10. Undeniably, as a default photos viewer, Microsoft Photos is a powerful and excellent program you should give a go.
Are there any lesser-known features from Microsoft Photos you know? Left your comment and share your experience here.