Windows file browser, explorer, shows a tooltip with some info of the file when I stop mouse pointer over the filename or preview icon. For photos the tooltip shows resolution, date+time, camera model, file type and size of the file. I'd like to have exposure settings show up in the tooltip. Is there a way to have more info pulled from the exif to show up on the tooltip?
In my case it is a Windows XP Home edition. If later Windows versions show more info by default, it would be nice to know, but at this time I would like to have it in Windows XP. Will any of the photo editing/managing programs change the amount of info in Windows file browser tooltips?
In Windows registry the
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\SystemFileAssociations\image has a key "InfoTip" which currently reads
prop:Dimensions;WhenTaken;DocTitle;DocComments;CameraModel;Type;Size which looks like just the place to add more detail. But it does not work alone, need something else to edit along with it.