When you click on a JPEG file in detail view, selecting it, a preview of the image will appear in the left hand sidebar of the window, under a title called "Detail". Is that what you want?
If you have folder view enabled, so the left sidebar of the explorer window displays the folders, then you won't see this preview. Simply click the "Folders" button in the toolbar at the top of the Explorer window to remove the folder view, giving you the tasks sidebar.
Hope this helps,
In Win98 and ME there it was possible when in Windows Explorer to click once on a graphic [JPG for instance] and display a thumbnail view or twice to view the graphic in its full view.
In my XP I can't find how to configure for this capability. Can anyone tell me how to do it, or if XP doesn't have that capability?
I know I can configure a folder to display thumbnail for ALL the files in that folder, but I prefer the detail view and to be able to click on a graphic and have a choice of either a thumbnail OR full view of the JPG.