Skip to main content

Easy way to get full size pictures on Google Image Search

If you use Google Image Search to download the full sized version of images from the results page, you must have noticed that Google makes it a two-click process. The first click take you to the original web page from where the image comes. Only on the second click you get to download the full sized image as it appears on the page.

This is not necessarily a bad thing. For one, it allows you to actually visit the page and hence learn the context of the image. Another reason is the protect the copyright of the image, if any, by making the user aware.

If you need a quicker way to get the full image fast, you can install a Firefox extension called Google Image Help.


After you have installed the addon, just right-click on any thumbnail on Google Image Search results page and choose Open full size Google image to open the image in a new tab.

That’s not all. If you click on the addon’s icon in the status bar you can grab the original version of all the images currently displayed in the results page all at one go.

Greasemonkey users can use the Google Image Help userscript that does the same thing. This works on Opera too.


Popular posts from this blog

How to Record CPU and Memory Usage Over Time in Windows?

Whenever the computer is lagging or some application is taking too long to respond, we usually fire up task manager and look under the Performance tab or under Processes to check on processor utilization or the amount of free memory available. The task manager is ideal for real-time analysis of CPU and memory utilization. It even displays a short history of CPU utilization in the form of a graph. You get a small time-window, about 30 seconds or so, depending on how large the viewing area is.

Diagram 101: Different Types of Diagrams and When To Use Them

Diagrams are a great way to visualize information and convey meaning. The problem is that there’s too many different types of diagrams, so it can be hard to know which ones you should use in any given situation. To help you out, we’ve created this diagram that lays out the 7 most common types of diagrams and when they’re best used:

How to Schedule Changes to Your Facebook Page Cover Photo

Facebook’s current layout, the so called Timeline, features a prominent, large cover photo that some people are using in a lot of different creative ways. Timeline is also available for Facebook Pages that people can use to promote their website or business or event. Although you can change the cover photo as often as you like, it’s meant to be static – something which you design and leave it for at least a few weeks or months like a redesigned website. However, there are times when you may want to change the cover photo frequently and periodically to match event dates or some special promotion that you are running or plan to run. So, here is how you can do that.