The free QuickLook tool can display a variety of file types without you having to open them or launch their applications.
Viewing your various documents, photos, videos and other files in Windows typically requires opening them with their associated program. However, you may not have the right application needed to open the file. Yes, you can preview many types of files using the Preview Pane in File Explorer. But there’s an even better option courtesy of a free program called QuickLook.
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Available at the Microsoft Store, QuickLook lets you easily view a file just by selecting it and pressing the space bar. From the QuickLook window you can then share the file, open it with its associated application, or open it with a different application. QuickLook supports a variety of file types, including Microsoft Office…