Search

Resume and bio of the author Couple of articles related to my hobby - robotics
My impressions about immigration to Australia. In Russian only. Recipes for everyday problems solving
Linux-related posts Windows-related posts
Software-related posts A lot of info about hardware
Different tools you might find useful Posts about various web technologies
Everything that doesn't fit the rest of the menu RSS feed for this blog

Tag Cloud

Archives

Links

Andrey Mikhalchuk’s Blog

Technoblog about life

Feb 7, 2008 How to enable filmstrip view in Windows Explorer (Windows XP)

Windows explorer in XP has very nice feature of displaying folder contents as a filmstrip. It is very handy to browse lots of images. Unfortunately the logic of turning it on and off this feature doesn’t perfectly match the reality. Here’s explanation how you can enable filmstrip view for your folder

  1. In Windows Explorer go to the folder you want to enable Filmstrip view for
  2. In the main menu choose View->Customize This Folder
  3. In the new window select What kind of folder do you want->Pictures(best for many files)
  4. Click Ok to close the window
  5. Now you can select new menu item View->Filmstrip and enjoy this mode

BTW, menu item View->Choose Details also might be useful for you if you want to see the image dimensions, camera type and other parameters on the photo in detailed view.

This post is published in How To, Windows.

No comments

No comments so far

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Site Map (c) Andrey Mikhalchuk, 2005-2008