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Thread: Window Explorer or Adobe Bridge?

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    I personally find CS6 Bridge to be incredibly faster than using explorer.

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    i like Bridge

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    I used to use Bridge on Windows to preview design files, but now that I have a Mac, Finder does it all by itself.

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    Explorer.

    PSD thumbnails are attainable with a proper codec.

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    Adobe Bridge is certainly better

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    Quote Originally Posted by vslviv View Post
    bridge so slow!
    Bridge is the slow monster.
    I use XnView + plugins.

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    Adobe bridge cs6 (and probably above) is quite usable, it's really cool to see photo meta tags like resolution, ISO, etc...

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    if you can i'd look into a a piece of software called media pro by phase one! its the best image browser i've used so far and also has video functions. unsure about windows but it has a drag and drop functions on mac and you can create different catalogues. its super useful for keeping textures and related things organised and also so much faster that bridge and finder

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    I use Total Commander for all regular system browsing/maintenance and sending the odd thing to Creative Suite. For anything more involved, Bridge is the way to go. It's fast and has a good handle on every file format, plus it is tightly integrated with all Adobe stuff.

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    I don't care for Bridge at all - slow and clunky. Windows Explorer, or (more recently) XY Explorer are my preferences.

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    bridge but slow

    bridge slow but ai, ind ffx exc. files good prew.

    windows must solve this problem, such as apple

    windows prewiev pane not enough.

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    Adobe Bridge every time.

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    I used to never use Bridge until we had to go over it in a Digital Photography class I took as an elective. Now I use it for everything. I find it's far easier to organize my photos, I love being able to rate them and tag them. Plus it makes importing/exporting with Photoshop and Lightroom a breeze.

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    my regular work is used acdsee pro 6 x64. windows explorer is not too bad. adobe bridge is not bad too. adobe bridge is specific for image viewer and explorer is for exploring file only with basic preview feature so pick adobe bridge.

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    I need to start using Bridge more. I rarely crack it open, but have tried to use it, especially since I found out they moved some of the automated functions of Photoshop over to Bridge. But I am another who mostly just browses in Finder/Preview. No need to open up another program, and it's fairly easy to change view options. Still I should get used to Bridge, especially when it comes to file management.

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