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Preview audio, video and images by mouse over a file with WinRefine

WinRefine is a very useful program for Windows that lets you preview any media files (audio /video) and images by just hover over your mouse on a file.

For example, if you are on a folder containing MP3 files, you hover over on a file, without opening any player; it starts the music in the background. Like the same way you can preview video also.

It can also display thumbnails of Images even faster and supports many image formats that Windows normally can not such as PSD, etc.

The program supports a many audio, video and image formats and you can add your own extensions.

You can set the wait time to make the preview displayed and size or file extensions of your choice.

Download WinRefine from here / here for Windows XP and Vista.


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