I got a new PC back in April. The OS is Windows Vista Home Basic. I really liked Windows XP, so I tried to arrange settings back to the XP GUI (particularly the start menu and folder menus) as much as I could. There were still some slight differences, but I got accustomed to them.
I would like to make a particular change, but I am having a hard time finding out how to go about doing it...
I use MS Paint for the majority of my basic image editing (cropping, adding text, etc.). Back when I had Windows XP, I would double click on an image and it would open in the picture gallery. If I wanted to edit the picture, I would right click and then select "Edit". The picture would then open in MS Paint.
Now in my current computer, I double click on an image and it opens in Windows Photo Galley, which is completely fine with me. However, when I right click and select "Edit" the image opens in Windows Photo Galley with its editing toolbar to the right (it has Crop, Adjust Exposure, etc.). I have to go to Open With... and then find MS Paint, and then it'll open there.
So... I want the image to open in MS Paint when I right click and click on "Edit" AND have the picture open in Windows Photo Galley when I double click (Open) it.
Is there a way to do this?
A couple of months ago, I looked for help on the subject. I came across a process to change something in the registry. The thing is that the path was already set to MS Paint. This is the site I looked at:
Any help is appreciated!
This is how my registry looks like: