|11 Jul 2013||#1|
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Renaming Images Decreases Thumbnail Quality (Orignally created in XP)
Is their a difference between thumbnail preview quality between Windows XP & Windows 7 as when I've come to rename images that I've created whilst using XP I notice the thumbnail preview decrease or at least I hope it's the thumbnail preview and not the actual image it self.
The images are PNG so a lossless format and should not decrease regardless of the changes made but I suspect it's due to the quality preset in Windows 7 differing from Windows XP so how can I increase windows 7 thumbnail preview/display to display higher quality and will it take immediate effect or only on newly created or altered images like I'm experiencing now ?
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