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Viewing PSD & NEF (raw) files in Windows 10

March 14, 2016

I’ve written about this before – the ones I mentioned before are paid for.  I upgraded to Windows 10 and often need to preview PSD and/or NEF files – seeing them before opening saves a lot of time.  (I also try to delete unnecessary files as they can take up room, that’s another story – all I’ll say is that if you think the photo is iffy now, chances are 98% you’ll still think it is iffy if not worse when you review the image 45 days later)

I am now using Fast Picture Viewer Codec Pack.  There are some “free” ones you can get in the Windows store, and some of the reviews sounded dreadful – ads block half the image so you’re practically forced into buying the actual program.  (you get what you pay for with free).  This is reasonably priced, about $10 for a single user (it was on sale from $15 when I got it)  with discounts for multi-users.

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