You can also open them outside InDesign in Bridge or Finder. In InDesign you can later update them on the next opening or manually in the Link Panel.
You can also select multiple images in the Link Panel and click on the Edit Button at the bottom. All selected links will open.
BTW what are you doing in Photoshop? Are you aware that you should use RGB images in InDesign and convert them upon export to PDF or later? If you do such things like converting from RGB to CMYK, you waste your time.
While I am changing each image to CMYK in PS, I also need to lighten each picture and balance the colors as the person who takes the pictures is not a photographer. Each one has to go through PS. I have an action setup that takes care of about 90% on one pass, with the others needing more attention. Highlighting each image in the links panel and clicking edit only opens them in Windows Picture Viewer, can I change that default in InDesign or do I need to change the association in file types in Windows. I would just open them manually from windows, except that I am using 20 pictures in a folder with 100, so selecting them and editing them from InDesign is the quickest way that I have found to do it, and worked fine until recently. Thanks for the response!
You can absolutely change the file association in Windows. That's one of the very first things I do on any new system.
As Peter said, change the file association in the OS.
But I strongly recommend to leave them as RGB! You will win flexibility and quality! Look here: http://indesignsecrets.com/import-rgb-images-indesign-convert-cmyk-export.php