Images are desaturated after being worked on in Camera Raw

Ok here's what I did. I'm working on processing 100 Jpeg pictures and I loved how quick Camera Raw was so I did all the corrections in there and hit done. I later went back and opened them all again and saved all the changes. They looked great. I closed bridge and opened Windows Explorer but when I opened the files from there they were extremely desaturated and just plain ugly.
Any ideas? Images look great in Bridge and PS but terrible everywhere else.
Details: OS: Windows XP. Adobe CS3 Design Standard. All programs up to date. Monitor callibrated.
Whoever can solve this one will be my hero. :)

Ok I found the spot to change it and the images look great! Thank you so much everyone. In case anyone else is reading this with the same problem here are the steps I took:
Open the jpeg image in ACR.
Make the changes you want.
At the bottom of the ACR window there is a highlighted link that says something like "Adobe RGB (1998); 8 bit; 3008 by 2000 (6.0MP); 240ppi"
Click on this like and change the "Space" drop down box from "Adobe RGB" to "sRGB."
When this change is made, go ahead and save it like normal.
Now the image looks the way it did in ACR in all other programs.
IM SO HAPPY!!!!! :)

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