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{{selfref|For information about how to create thumbnails in Wikipedia, see [[Wikipedia:Picture tutorial]].}}
 
'''Thumbnails''' are reduced-size versions of [[Image|pictu]]
'''Thumbnails''' are reduced-size versions of [[picture]]s or [[video]]s, used to help in recognizing and organizing them, serving the same role for images as a normal text [[index (publishing)|index]] does for words. In the age of [[digital image]]s, visual [[search engine]]s and image-organizing programs normally use thumbnails, as do most modern operating systems or desktop environments, such as [[Microsoft Windows]], [[Mac OS X]], [[KDE]] ([[Linux]]) and [[GNOME]] ([[Linux]]).
 
'''Thumbnails''' are reduced-size versions of [[picture|re]]s or [[video]]s, used to help in recognizing and organizing them, serving the same role for images as a normal text [[index (publishing)|index]] does for words. In the age of [[digital image]]s, visual [[search engine]]s and image-organizing programs normally use thumbnails, as do most modern operating systems or desktop environments, such as [[Microsoft Windows]], [[Mac OS X]], [[KDE]] ([[Linux]]) and [[GNOME]] ([[Linux]]).
 
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