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If the number of files is too large or their organization is too chaotic, it will be very troublesome and time-consuming to filter and view them one by one. And the case can be even worse for office workers and industry designers. Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard first introduced this Quick Look quick file preview feature, which is simple but brings a great convenience to Mac users. However, Windows that has such a broad users base doesn’t come with this capability. Fortunately, today Seer this edge tool will enable your Windows to be able to quickly preview files too.