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URL shortcut thumbnails in XP folders

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In ME, if I had a folder with Internet shortcuts, I could view them all at the same time as Internet "thumbnails". In xp, when I open up my folder of internet shortcuts, the thumbnail option doesn't show mw a preview of each page, it just shows a bunch of generic "E" icons. Is there a way I can view my Internet shortcuts like in ME?
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amilcar earned 200 total points
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well I dunno if you can do that, but I use this free app which generates thumbnails. It's a url manager, and it was very useful to me.

http://www.netvisualize.com/?page=homepage_f

Hope it helps.
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