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Looking for Win software to visualize multiple txt at once

I'm under 8.1 and the built-in preview pane is good, but only works for one file at a time.
I'd like to be able to browse through a folder full of txt files while visualizing the preview of said files (the beginning at least) instead of icons, just like we can do with pictures since what, 30 years ago?
A stand-alone software is fine (like, I don't know, an ACDSee of txt files), online/subscription/browser software is not.
I could be ok with a software that imports a directory structure into a database, provided that the database format is not proprietary.
Edit: it appears that Directory Opus does what I'm looking for, thanks all.
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The apps that make Linux work for me

Disclosure: I am a semi-retired IT professional. I've used linux as platform for server software and programming since the mid 1990s. I never felt that Linux was 'ready' to be my desktop until around 2016. There was always that one last problem that Linux just couldn't deal with that Windows could. Between late 2015 and 2016 I started making the painful journey of divorcing myself from Windows.
First of all, I'd like to give MAD props to the Linux Mint and Cinnamon teams. They made a desktop environment that didn't make me want to hang myself for the authorities to find after I started to smell. I find that I can recommend Linux Mint to almost any person purchasing a computer, and that's something I've never been able to do with any Linux distro before.
I have found that the following applications make my life a LOT easier on Linux. If you are here, perhaps coming from the Windows world, maybe they'll make life easier for you as well:
  • VirtualBox -- The reality of this world is that most people use Windows as a desktop OS. That's changing as the world drifts to using Android and iOS for things they would have, before, needed a desktop computer for. For all those have to use it once in a great freakin' while, but it only runs on Windows apps, VirtualBox has my back. I've only had to boot up a Windows VM about five times in the last 2 years, but when I did, I was saved from having to have a Windows partition.
  • gThumb -- It took me a long time to find an image browser that worked the way I did. Honestly, a lot of that is because I'm old and grew up using what most people would see as very basic image browsers. (My first image browser ran on MSDOS 5, thank you very much and get off my lawn.) ACDSee 2 ruled my collection of comics and photos for a very long time. gThumb gives me the simplicity I crave along with the power features I need.
  • Sublime Text -- For most users, gedit or kate will deal with all their text-editing needs, and if you didn't know already, you can start fights between Linux nerds by asking them if they prefer Vi(m) or Emacs. Try it! It's fun! However, most of my coding and prose work over the years has been on Textpad, Notepad++, and Textmate. gedit just didn't have everything I felt I needed, even with the fairly robust plugin ecosystem it comes with. Enter Sublime Text. Sublime does everything Textmate does and a bit better, IMO. It's cross platform, working on Windows, MacOS, and Linux. Unfortunately, Sublime is NOT Free, Open-source Software (FOSS). However, the licensing the Sublime team uses is very reasonable. Oh, and nerds, I use pico/nano if I have to edit something in a text-mode terminal. (/me munches popcorn)
  • Menulibre -- This is not going to be a popular opinion, but the Freedesktop.org standard (which is what most application menus the Linux world adhere to) is a horrid mess. Applications can be given multiple, sometimes conflicting categories and their desktop entry files can be all over the system. Alacarte, the default menu editor for Gnome and Cinnamon, tries to hide this awfulness. Menulibre at least presents the menu entries as they actually are, and doesn't hide where they're located so that you can find or delete conflicting entries if you have to. If you are new to Gnome or Cinnamon and your application menu is giving you grief, give Menulibre a try. It may help you.
  • OpenSSH -- I came at Linux from the opposite direction most people do. I'm comfortable at a command prompt, but could never quite find my way in a Gnome or KDE world. I also need my computers to connect to each other in the way I want them to, regardless of their hardware. OpenSSH is not for beginners, but if you're an advanced Windows user who's trying to figure out how to make your home network live in a Linux world, OpenSSH will make that work for you.
  • Startup Applications, xinput and libinput -- One of the things that always killed my Gnome or KDE experiences was how braindead mouse configuration was. I dug in my heels with Cinnamon and refused to let that beast drive me away. The result of my conflict was that I learned how to use xinput to configure mouse settings that the default control panel wouldn't. Unfortunately, this requires command-prompt work. For example, the following command: xinput --set-prop "Logitech USB Optical Mouse" "libinput Device Accel Constant Deceleration" 3.0 --type=float --format=32 slows the spastic cursor speed into something more reasonable. It runs with the aid of 'Startup Applications' control panel every time log into my machine. Again, this may be a little intimidating for beginners, but it's not an impossible thing to learn. I made heavy use of this reference: https://www.mankier.com/4/libinput (aka 'man libinput')
I hope that these apps may help you, if by no other means that helping you to think about problems that you're having on Linux and ways to solve them. Don't hesitate to add your own in the comments if you find a particular app has saved you some grief.
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