When you take a screenshot on your iPhone in iOS 11 , a thumbnail preview appears in the corner for a few seconds. Tapping on it will give you immediate editing and sharing tools , but not everyone digs the convenience. What can be convenient for you can be obtrusive for others, especially if those others have no desire to edit or share their screenshots right away. If you're in the latter group, then you'll be disappointed to know that Apple has failed to include a way to toggle this new screenshot system on and off.
How to Hide the iOS Screenshot Previews on iPhone & iPad
Visual Previews not working
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Thumbnail Previews not showing in Windows File Explorer
Apple's latest iPhone operating system is notorious for its frequent bugs and glitches. The latest iteration, iOS Normally, when a screenshot is taken in iOS 11 or higher , the whole entire screen will flash white, then that full-screen white flash will start shrinking into the bottom left of the display until it becomes a small thumbnail preview of the screenshot, revealing the regular screen behind it as normal. Then, users can either wait for the preview to disappear, tap on it to edit it, or swipe the preview away off the screen.
This post will help you if your Thumbnail Previews are not showing in Windows File Explorer and show you how you can enable or disable Thumbnails in Windows 8 or Windows 7 explorer. Whenever you open Explorer and view images, you see the miniature of the image in its icons place. These are called Thumbnails. But if you see only its default icon, then this post will help you fix the issue.