There are many users who are having problems with their Mac Ventura 13.3 operating system not generating previews for any type of image file. When they try to choose any pics in the Finder, the preview is not generated on its side. On the other hand, the Quick look feature is also not working at all. So, in order to solve this issue, in this article, we will see how to fix jpg, pdf, and png Preview not loading after the Mac Ventura update in detail below.
Fix: JPG, PDF, PNG Preview Not Loading After Mac Ventura Update
You can easily fix the JPG, PDF, and PNG Preview not working or loading issue on your Mac Ventura operating system by force quitting the Preview and relaunching it or else by restarting your Mac computer. Below you can check out all the methods to fix the Preview Thumbnails not showing on Mac issue.
How to Force Quit Preview app on Mac
- First, you should make sure that the Preview option is running properly in the background.
- After that click on the Apple logo which is located on the left-hand side of the menu bar.
- Now scroll to the bottom and you will find the Force quit option that you need to click.
- A new window will pop up with the list of apps running in the background. Search for the Preview app and click on it, then press the Force Quit button.
- Lastly, click on the Force Quit button again one more time to close the Preview app completely to fix the issue related to it.
How to Restart your Mac Ventura
- On the top left side of the Mac screen, click on the Apple logo.
- A drop-down menu will pop up, here you will have to click on the Restart option to reboot your Mac system.
- Alternatively, you can also try to force restart your Mac Ventura computer by using the keyboard shortcut, just press the Control +
- Option + Command + Power Button keys together to force the reboot.
- That’s it, this will fix any issues related to Preview not working on your Mac operating system.
That’s all there is to know about how to fix jpg, pdf, png Preview not loading after the Mac Ventura update. In the meantime, do not forget to check out our other guides only on TechNClub.com: How to Send Spam Emails Directly to Trash in Apple Mail on Mac Ventura, and How to Launch and Run iPhone and iPad apps on Mac Ventura.