Are you tired of straining to see the tiny thumbnail
pictures on your computer?
Enlarge My Thumbnails
makes it easier for you to
identify and find the files and photographs you need.
Simply download and install Enlarge My Thumbnails
thumbnails of your photos and images will be doubled in size!
time and annoyance you'll save by using this easy to use and well
tested product is well worth the tiny price!
What are thumbnails and what does Enlarge
The thumbnails are tiny, 96 pixel versions of your photo and image
files that can help you find what you are looking for in Windows
Explorer more quickly. The problem is that on Windows XP they have
been designed to be much too small to be useful and there
isn’t any easy way to fix this problem without tweaking the
Windows Vista has made improvements to the default size found on
Windows XP but do you really want to spend hundreds of dollars and
upgrade your whole system just to get this option?
Software Candy’s Enlarge My Thumbnails
to view the files and menu items you are looking for by doubling
their size. Save time, aggravation and eyestrain by finding the
images you want faster. Just look at what a difference doubling the
thumbnail size can make.
|Before installing Enlarge
||After installing Enlarge
As with all Software Candy products, Enlarge My Thumbnails
is completely free of any viruses or spyware (digitally signed for
authenticity and integrity) and is well tested for its advertised
features. If ever needed, you can also uninstall it completely with
a single click, performing a total cleanup after itself.
The beauty of this wizard is that you don't have to follow any complex
instructions. Once you download this setup file (keep it on your
desktop or in
an easy-to-find folder), you open it, click the Next button on
installation wizard, click the Finish
button to complete installation and Voila! Next time you logon to your
computer or restart your system, all your thumbnails in
Explorer will appear doubled in size!
No desktop icons will be installed, as to
avoid cluttering your desktop. Instead, you will find a Software Candy
entry in your Start Menu, which allows you to uninstall it, should you
ever want to do this.
The thumbnail view in windows explorer lets you identify your
photos and images by content rather than by name. The default image
size, however, may not be to your liking. You may be tempted to try
some freely available instructions on how to edit
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorer in the
registry to change that, but that is a risk you may not be able to
take, especially when Microsoft explicitly cautions against editing the
registry as explained in this
In addition, undoing this change may not be as simple as uninstalling
our wizard. Our Enlarge My Thumbnails
simply the safest way to try out this tweak.
- Q1. I saw some references to a "command line". What is it?
Do I have to know what a command line is?
- A1. No, you don't have to know how to type commands or what
command line is. All you do after downloading and saving our Enlarge
My Thumbnails to your desktop (or any folder) is install it
and from now on use your
mouse only to apply the file hour fix.
- Q2. I downloaded and installed this software and
it fixed my problem. Thank you! However, I can't find its icon on the
desktop. Did I do anything wrong?
- A2. No, you did everything correctly.
By design, we do not clutter your desktop with unnecessary
Bigger is better. Download Software Candy’s Enlarge My
today and find your images quicker:
- Click 'add this to my cart' button below.
- Download it (it will become immediately
available for download
- Install it.
By purchasing this product, you receive 12 downloads for 365
days (whichever expires first). In effect, this gives you up to 12
FREE upgrades for one year. If you purchased this product, remember
to periodically check this page for a new version. We strive to
polish our products to perfection.
Note: Unless otherwise noted (in the compatibility list below), this software is compatible with
the 32-bit version of Windows. Download this FREE tool
to check whether your Windows is 32-bit or 64-bit.