How to Change Views – Tiles View

This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series How to Change Views in Windows Explorer

Tiles View

Tiles Menu

Though not quite as popular as Thumbnails view, Tiles view is helpful when you need to know the resolution of your photos, but nothing else. Notice the summary that is directly below the title of each photo.

Tiles View Closeup

This is helpful if you have lower resolution photos mixed in with higher resolution photos, and you are trying to identify them based on size. You’ll also notice that everything is organized from left to right in this view mode, not top to bottom:

Tile Folder View Closeup

  1. How to Change Views in Windows Explorer – Intro
  2. How to Change Views – Thumbnails View
  3. How to Change Views – Tiles View
  4. How to Change Views – Icons View
  5. How to Change Views – List View
  6. How to Change Views – Details View
  7. How to Change Views – Filmstrip View

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