I've converted from PC to Mac (at least at home) less than a week ago and have some questions that Google can hardly answer for me. I lost a lot of data from my harddrive, when I tried to partition it and overlooked the "you will loose all your data"-part in Mac OS X, which I am not completely familiar with yet. Anyway, I managed to restore alot of the data using a recovery-application. This application indexed the restored files after file types, like this: Before: something.jpg file.jpg hmm.doc After: JPG-folder 1.jpg 2.jpg DOC-folder 1.doc It didn't change the names exactly like that, but kind of. The problem is that now I have no idea which files contain what. The file names are lost. I have some huge icon packs for webdesigning, alot of personal fotos and so on - and what I need, is to sort of drag and drop them in to their respective new folders. Actually I just need to be able to sort them. There are about 9.000 images, so I cannot do it manually. For example there is a folder named JPG which contains all the restored JPG's, another called GIF and yet another called PNG. Anyway - in Windows, i'd be able to view them all as thumbnails in Explorer and simply drag and drop. What can I do in Mac OS X? I've tried CocoViewX, but it keeps crashing. Finder doesn't show thumbnails. Help would be appreciated - btw, I've used the demo version of Yep! to sort my lost PDF-files.