Re: Caching PNG thumbnails in Vista
"Jules Winfield" <Jules.Winfield@newsgroup.nospam> schreef in bericht
> I have a directory of PNG images that I use in my job as a software
> developer. The directory contains approximately 1500 files and each file
> contains a 256 x 256 image. I've become accustomed to opening this
> directory in Windows Explorer, selecting View | Large Icons, and visually
> purusing the list of images. A little thumbnail of each image appears in
> the file pane and I can scroll up and down to view them.
> The problem is that the visual image associated with a given file isn't
> actually shown until several seconds after the file is actually scrolled
> into view. Instead, a default Vista image of a bunch of flowers is shown
> as a placeholder. This makes it difficult to quickly scroll up and down
> the list of files while glancing at each image. Is there a way to get
> Vista to cache all of the 1,500 thumbnails in memory? If I could do this
> once each morning when I open the folder, it would make my life a lot
Explorer is slow in this respect, use IrfanView?