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Okay here's my problem, I LOVE taking pictures which I end up storing on my computer. When I have my Mac let me see a preview of the picture on its icon, it sometimes takes a pretty long time to load. Is there a way to make it faster for the images to load? Thanks! :biohazard

EDIT: Is there also a way to keep the icons loaded so it won't need to reload every time I restart my Mac?
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make them smaller
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bigger the file is, longer it takes. can't really change it. also depends on the file type. JPG and PDF are fastest
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Okay here's my problem, I LOVE taking pictures which I end up storing on my computer. When I have my Mac let me see a preview of the picture on its icon, it sometimes takes a pretty long time to load. Is there a way to make it faster for the images to load? Thanks! :biohazard

EDIT: Is there also a way to keep the icons loaded so it won't need to reload every time I restart my Mac?
Use Quickimage and Viewitlite
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I have noticed at times the image doesn't begin loading immediately, when this happens, hit command on your kb, it starts it loading.
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You can also use something like CocoThumbX to generate thumbnails and they appear instantaneously in finder.
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