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    Junior Member A Fox is on a distinguished road
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    Explorer or Bridge?

    Bridge is the better option

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    Bridge was really buggy and slow in its first few versions.

    But today it is really good and quite fast. I like it a lot!

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    bridge

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    Bridge for psd, eps etc. and explorer for all the file management things like moving copying etc.

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    Adobe Bridge is becoming good. It is bloated as hell but I always save time using it to browse work files.

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    IN A highend computer (mac or pc) bridge work as fast as windows explorer was in windows 95, no way back, bridge till the end.

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    Windows? Really?

    You all really need to break down and buy a mac. Finder supports all kinds of formats and basically is better in every way possible. Bridge if I were on a PC tho...

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    I only use bridge when i want to view multiple psd or ai files, other than that the program is really slowing down the system

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    I prefer windows explorer as i'm not used to Bridge

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    I should use Bridge more but don't, for browsing files I tend to use Windows Explorer (bad habit) but if I have many files in one folder I use Expression Media 2 which I find the best solution

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    Bridge is for Adobe users

    Bridge is better if you working with Adobe (indd, ai,...) files because of preview, and metatags remembers unicode characters. And you can make PDF contactsheet.

    Bridge is for Adobe users, Explorer is for everyday users.

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    windows?

    Try os x - finder - and you will forget about explorer and bridge. Trust me :)

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    Bridge is quite slow on my 3-yr-old pc, so I prefer Explorer.

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    Bridge is quite demanding on resources, so unless you have a decent fast machine you may struggle.

    Bridge is certainly more versatile than windows explorer, you can preview far more filetypes and much better thumbnail size control and of course integration to the CS Suite.

    I just find it a bit of a hog on resources, DONT leave it running if you want to play a game..

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    As a graphic designer, i use bridge most of the time, but when doing heavy "file" work (moving, sorting and organizing stuff) i'm using NexusFile.
    A nifty feature is that you can configure it to color the file names according to extension, saves brain cycles when you need to find something.

    NexusFile: www.xiles.net

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    Mini Bridge! [url]http://www.photoshopessentials.com/basics/cs5/mini-bridge/[/url]

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