I am trying to download photos that are jpeg, if I select them all and copy them, I only get thumbnails. Can I do something that will download them all at once that keeps their resolution. At the moment I have to open them one at a time and wait until they have loaded tuntil I can save the image.
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On Internet Explorer , go to the File Menu and select Open, then Browse. In the Browse dialog box, set Files of Type to the file you want to open (GIF, JPEG, etc.) and navigate the Look in
box to the folder where the file is located. Double-click the filename
and it should display in your browser. You may get a message saying that
a program could not be found. If you do, just click OK, and the image
will display in your browser window.
How to clear the thumbnail cache in Windows VistaClearing the thumbnail cache: Windows keeps a copy of all of your picture, video, and document thumbnails so they can be displayed quickly when you open a folder. If you delete the thumbnail cache, they will be automatically created when needed. The thumbnail preview problems can be resolved by clearing the thumbnail database and let the system rebuild it as and when required. To do so, use these steps: Click Start, type cleanmgr and press ENTER
Click My files only
Select the system drive letter from the drop-down list
Uncheck all the entries except Thumbnails
The thumbnail database is stored globally in Windows Vista, unlike Windows XP, where the thumbnail database is stored on a per-folder basis. In Windows Vista, the default Thumbnail cache location is mentioned below: %LocalAppData%MicrosoftWindowsExplorer
insert the CD to your dvd-Rom then open windows explorer. Go to the DVD-RW drive to your CD folder, then crop or extract every *.jpg extension to your drive C. You can customize or create a folder to which you are going to save the photos from your CD.
Try selecting the photos you want, right click on one of the photos in the selected group HOLD and drag the files to you second location, a menu will appear when you release the right button, select COPY. Selecting MOVE will erase the originals as is your problem now. If that is faster please let me know, if is is not we can come up with another solution.