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Here is another way you can do it.
Point to a PNG file in File Explorer
Right click it
Under the General tab, click Change
Click Apply then OK
Try opening the PNG files
If that does not work, right click the PNG file, click Open with, click Paint to see if it opens.
Give this a try then:
Press Windows key + X
Click Windows PowerShell (Admin).
At the command prompt, type the following, hit Enter the restart.
get-appxpackage *Microsoft.Windows.Photos* | remove-appxpackage
Check if it works, if not, you can try an alternative viewer such as the following:
Get IrfanView - Microsoft Store
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