This software helps previewing images in many formats right in the Internet Explorer rather than requiring an image processing program.
SageThumbs is a shell extension that allows you preview of large amount of image formats directly in Windows Explorer. It uses the Pierre-e Gougelet`s GFL library (XnView`s author) for creating these features. The tool is able to support some 162 image formats via the use of this GFL library. If you have plug-in of the XnView program installed, this tool will be able to support additional 26 image formats. You are able to get extended thumbnail image view of the explorer folder. The thumbnail image option also becomes available in the context sensitive, right click menu. This software utility provides format conversion feature too. All you need is a single click. The images could be sent my mail to any recipient, you want to. Extensive information tips are provided.
The tool helps provide wallpaper selection and copy to clipboard features in addition. The SageThumbs is a Windows Explorer context menu extension. You do not need to execute any program to get this going. Once the extension has been installed, you just have to open a folder that has images in Windows Explorer. On a right click you will be able to see the image in the file. With Ghostscript library installed, you can have added support for Adobe Illustrator, Postscript (PS, EPS) and Adobe Acrobat (PDF) files. This extension works with both 32 and 64 bit versions of the Windows platforms. When you deal with a large number of images in your work, it helps to be able to find out what an image file contains without opening it. This can be a very useful tool. This is a very good product.