You can quickly browse through all of the pictures in a folder by opening one of the pictures and then clicking the Next and Previous buttons on the left and right of the displayed image (for example). You can also view an image gallery, with small previews of all of the pictures in a folder shown at once.
If you have a folder containing several pictures, you can conveniently browse through all of the pictures without having to open them individually.
any one of the pictures from the folder you want to browse through.
Click Next and Previous on the left and right of the displayed image, or press the Right and Left keys, to flip between pictures.
Alternatively, you can use the Up and Down keys, or Space bar and Backspace keys.
You can browse through the pictures in fullscreen mode by clicking the Fullscreen button in the title bar or by pressing F11. Use the keyboard keys to flip between pictures in fullscreen mode.
To return to normal viewing, press Esc or F11.
The image gallery shows small previews (thumbnails) of all of the pictures in a folder at once. This makes it easier to quickly browse through large collections of pictures.
To show the image gallery, click Image Gallery, or press F9.
Click on a picture in the gallery to show it full-size.
You can also use the Left and Right keys to skip through the pictures in the gallery
To hide the gallery, click Image Gallery again, or press F9.
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