CBX Shell

CBX Shell



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display thumbnails for image archives CBX Shell is a Windows Explorer enhancement that enables thumbnail preview for ZIP, CBZ, CBR and RAR image archives. Once enabled, Windows Explorer will display a thumbnail image of the first photo in the archive instead of the generic archive icon. Look at the screenshots to see an example.You can choose to enable CBX Shell for the following file extensions: .ZIP, .RAR, .CBZ, .CBR. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher T800 Productions (2) Price Free
Version 4.6.2 Last updated May 25, 2012
File Size 900 Kb Requirements None

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Fairly decent 3 stars by gimpguy Aug 02, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
Well, it does what it says. If you have say, a zip file full of photos, or one photo, it shows a thumbnail instead of zip file image (icon) whatever it may be. My issue with it was that you could no longer tell, if you have a large mix of zip files and images, which is which unless you view each property of the image. I would rather have a pop up thumbnail view than the actual zip icon changing. It may be what others are looking for but did not suit my purpose and found it to confuse my files in general when amongst images. Maybe an option to have a pop up would be great in the future release. show Review details
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