Size:  2.14MB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2017-05-09  | Changelog

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OS:  Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

Downloads:   40370

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10



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Software Product Description

SageThumbs is a powerful shell extension allowing to preview an enormous amount of image formats directly in Windows Explorer by using Pierre-e Gougelet's GFL library (XnView's author).


  • Extended thumbnail image view of Explorer folder
  • Thumbnail image in explorer context menu (rigth-click menu)
  • Extended info tips
  • Support 162 image formats (224 extensions) via GFL Library
  • Support additional 26 image formats via XnView plugins (if installed)
  • Send by mail support
  • One-click conversion to popular image formats support
  • Wallpaper selection support
  • Copy to clipboard support
As SageThimbs is a Windows Explorer context menu extension, there is no an executable file that you should launch to bring it up. To use it, just open any folder with image files in Windows Explorer, and then right-click a file you want to preview. You'll see the thumbnail immediately in the context menu.


"Love it!"

Reviewer: -RedHeadsRule

Review Date: 2018-09-17

Pros: For me it does exactly what it advertised. I can view all of the image files on my computer by their thumbnail. Since I have an enormous amount of various images and graphics stored on my computer, and many of those are in .psd format, I was sick of having to open every .psd file just to see if it was a file I would want. I am so excited that I can now brows my thumbnails and know that I am not missing anything.

Cons: Well, for some reason Chrome has it as an incompatible program, although I have never had any issues with it and I've had it for a few weeks now. I don't know why.

Other Thoughts: If you are like me and viewing pages of many thumbnail images and you are used to not seeing the .psd ones, you will need to train your brain to remember that you can now see them because more than once I have opened up a .psd file thinking it was just a .png when I only wanted a quick look at it. Then I had to wait for Photoshop to open and for the image to load in Photoshop...This is not a problem with the program, but just one of those "duuuuhhh" moments when you kick yourself. If you work wit various graphics all day I think you know what I'm talking about. LOL!


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