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Windows Vista introduces a Preview pane in folder view, using which you can preview image and text files, and play multimedia files from the Preview pane.
The PreviewConfig application will allow you to add or remove preview handler for a file type. For instance, you can add a plain-text Preview handler for a file type that contains text. Here are some examples:
.REG, .VBS, .CPP, .VB, .CS, .CSS, .BAT, .CMD
PreviewConfig utility registers the handler on the ProgID. If a ProgID does not exist
for the said file type, it registers the hander on the file type itself.









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Registered ProgID: Yes | No
File Type: ws | doc | ppt | xls | eml | rtf | html |
dbk | pdf | mdb | mht | xhtml | jpg | jpeg | gif | avi | flv
Now, you can use the Add Preview Handler button in the main window.
To add a preview handler for a file type, set the “Display Preview” checkbox and
enter the name of the handler into the “Display handler name:” textbox. You can
also select the “Display icon:” checkbox to display a preview icon next to the
handler’s name.
PreviewConfig Crack Free Download is a 32-bit application, and it will open a progress dialog when
you try to add a preview handler for a file type.

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This discussion describes one possible approach to how the Preview feature can be realized. There are many additional problems which have to be solved.

There will be a Windows Explorer handler on Windows Vista or above.

When the user presses the Show preview button in the Folder view, the file will be opened in that handler.

A Thumbnail for each file is created and displayed in the preview pane,

The Details of the preview pane will display some information about the file like the file type, filename, size, date etc. The preview pane will be resizable. The preview image may be larger than the preview pane. The preview pane will be centered on top of the folder if the Preview pane is located on the left hand side of the folder, and will be positioned on the left side of the folder otherwise.

For every folder view item that can be previewed, a preview button is displayed.

Users can turn off the feature or use their own handler by pressing the Close button.

Supporting popular file formats

I would like to see the Preview feature support the most popular formats. The following formats are the ones which are most commonly used for document exchange in my office:

Rich Text

Word documents in RTF or older.doc formats.


JavaScript, SVG and other animated formats.


PDF, EPS, SVG images.

For non-HTML file formats, I would like to see support for the following file formats:


Audio: WAV, MP3

Office documents: DLE, DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX

Suppose that the user wants to display a preview of a Word document, for instance. The user clicks on the Preview button and a preview window will appear. In this window, you can see that the Word document is embedded within an Image (the preview pane). The preview pane is resizable and you can view the image by zooming in and out. Next, the user clicks on the X button at the bottom right corner of the preview pane to close the preview window. Next, the user will open up Word and see a preview pane of the Word document in that window.

The Preview button can be displayed either on the folder view or on the toolbar.


Preview for all files in the root folder

To make it possible

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Views all the registry keys, file types, and
file associations associated with a ProgID for a
file type, preview class, or preview handler.
Use it to add, remove, or change the value of a ProgID for
the preview handler, preview class, or preview
handler for a file type.
This application registers preview handlers for ProgIDs that
are visible in the registry but not yet registered.
Run this utility from the
%SystemRoot%\system32\shell32.dll directory.
To display the list of registered ProgID for a file type, right-click the
ProgID key, select Edit from the context menu, and
select [R]ead.
To add a new ProgID entry for a file type, right-click the ProgID key, select
New, and select [A]dd.
To remove a ProgID entry for a file type, right-click the ProgID key, select
Delete, and select OK.
To remove a ProgID entry for a file type, right-click the ProgID key, select
Edit, select [R]emove, and select OK.
To remove preview handlers for a file type, right-click the ProgID key, select
Edit, select [R]emove, and select OK.
To change the value of a ProgID for a file type, right-click the ProgID key,
select [C]hange, and select OK.
To edit a ProgID for a file type, right-click the ProgID key, select [E]dit,
and select OK.
To add a preview handler for a file type, right-click the ProgID key, select
[I]Dentity, and select OK.
To remove a preview handler for a file type, right-click the ProgID key,
select [D]elete, and select OK.
You can use the Control Panel view to find the registry keys for
the preview handler. Select the
Control Panel view, select [H]idden toggles, and select the [Preview
handlers] item.
For example, the photo.jpg preview handler keys are:

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PreviewConfig is a neat tool to get inside the Windows Explorer preview pane. It allows you to see the basic content of any file selected in Explorer in a preview pane. It also lets you add or remove handlers for previewers/handlers already installed. A handler is a small program that displays the contents of the file after loading it from disk. Most file extensions (including *.htm, *.html, *.css, *.xsl, etc) and multimedia extensions (including *.wma, *.mp3, *.avi, etc.) can be previewed.
PreviewConfig is a free download, and is recommended. It can be used to add/remove preview handlers for any file extension. Once preview handlers are added, you can preview any file of those extensions by simply selecting the file in explorer and pressing F4. PreviewConfig will give the full preview output in the preview pane. This really helps and saves a lot of time, especially for files that do not have a previewer associated with them. You can also use this utility to add custom previewers for any file type that your application can preview. This utility will make you previewer a part of Explorer.
Installation and Usage:
1) You will need to download PreviewConfig.exe from
2) Run it and you will be asked to set a registry key to register your preview handler. The registry key and name used here is “HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\SystemFileAssociations\.{file extension}_ProgID”. The value of the key can be any string, and doesn’t necessarily need to be the same as the file extension. In the simplest case, the key is the extension (e.g. “ASP” might be “ASPX”), and it’s value is the “Software\Classes\ASP.ASPX” string.
3) You can find more information about PreviewConfig in the Help section available at the website.
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