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Thread: Window Explorer or Adobe Bridge?

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    Junior Member andrercamorim is on a distinguished road
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    Finder does it's job really well I believe...

    And since I have low ram on my 5 year old MBP it suits me perfectly

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    Bridge!

    Depending on what you are doing though, you could probably get by with the Mac finder...

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    Junior Member enkielle is on a distinguished road
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    Adobe Bridge is pretty useful. But I have always had the problem on the time it takes to view some files.

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    i was using adobe bridge but currently prefer window explorer, kinda fast

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    Junior Member jolie is on a distinguished road
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    i mostly just use finder to preview files, it's faster than opening up bridge

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    I'm on Windows and prefer bridge.

    I know that you can add plugins so as to view *psd and other extra files in thumbnail. But Bridge provides so many features to the workflow. Explorer is overwhelmed ^^

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    Bridge, it gives you lots of information about images and your able to organise them, it gives you more control and information over Windows Explorer.

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    Definitely Bridge since you have all the metadata and file information available at a glance. Only time i use Explorer is when I'm copying or sorting a large number of files since its easier to do with multiple explorer windows open at once.

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    Most of the time I use explorer, unless I need a .eps preview

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    Love Bridge. It's also really cool that I can drag and drop a design from InDesign to Bridge and back and have it remain fully editable.

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    For Windows, Bridge is a must have. It supports every kind of file that matters to me and that Windows Explorer doesn't.

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    Adobe Bridge for sure.

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    Bridge whithout a doubt.
    It suports most the graphic media, and it previews quickly.

    t1p0

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    Adobe Bridge here!

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    Definitely Bridge - it really helps with browsing through RAWs & gives you a lot of details about files

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