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Windows 7 has a default picture viewer called Windows Photo Viewer which is similar the one in Windows Vista.
Even though Microsoft have changed the look and feel of Windows 7, Windows Photo Viewer has largely been untouched.
If you upgrade a PC running Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10, Windows Photo Viewer will be available and you can set it as your default photo viewer if you want.
However, if you perform a clean installation of Windows 10—or buy a PC with Windows 10 already on it—you can’t access Photo Viewer at all.
But make sure you have the backup of the original Photo file too, just in case you need to bring back the old look. Download Windows Photo Viewer 7It is developed for Windows 7 only, both 32-bit and 64-bit files are given inside the package.
If you don’t know how to do this, hire someone to do it for you.
All it does is change the UI buttons of Windows Photo Viewer so that it looks more sexier.
It doesn’t include an installation file, all you have to do is copy the Photo file to the Windows Photo Viewer folder inside Program Files folder.
-- Manually ran Windows Update -- Used Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant - disconnected all non-essential peripherals [web cam, all-in-one printer, phone], shut off anti-virus [Norton Security], disconnected my LAN after download was complete --Tried Media Creation Tool --Tried Media Creation Tool by using a USB Flash Drive ALL resulted in same: --Download & installation seem to go smoothly, no hangs, no errors --Lock Screen Appears --I Log In to Microsoft Account [NOTE: PIN does not work, even though that was the method I had been using; I am forced to use Password, even though the PIN option is still showing] -- Windows goes through its multi-colored pages of "Hi," "Let's Start, etc." --After that, the Window goes to black ... I got in to Windows on the desktop, Start was there, my apps were there.
Mouse cursor is visible & moveable but does nothing. Please use ESC key or Power Button." Esc does not work. --Process Repeats I tried rebooting into Safe Mode and that appeared to be a step in the right direction. If that is what it takes, I would prefer to just stay on my version of Windows 10 and forgo all the "enhancements".