Do you frequently search for related images by uploading a picture on Google search? If your answer is yes, then this post will help you a lot. This post will help those Windows 11/10 users that regularly search for images on Google. You can speed up image search by adding Search on Google Images on the Context Menu of Windows 11/10. Once you added Search on Google images on the right-click menu, you can directly search on Google Images to perform a reverse image search. No need to navigate to https://images.google.com/ and upload images manually to find similar pictures.
What is Reverse Image Search?
Reverse Image Search is basically a search algorithm that allows you to upload an image file as a search query. Then it finds out all visually similar images as the input image from the web.
Reverse Image Search is a good option to keep track of your pictures online, checking for anyone’s identity or checking the authenticity of an image. This technology helps you find similar images online and discover the related images quickly from all around the web.
While most popular web browsers, such as Google, Bing, and Yandex, include Reverse Image Search. Still, there are so many third-party tools available for the same job. You need to upload the image and make the tool search for similar images in their database. These tools match the image by shapes, color, pattern, and texture and then provide you the output.
How to Add “Search on Google Images” on Windows 11/10 Context Menu?
To do a reverse image search on Google Images from Windows Explorer, you need to use a third-party application called GoogleImageShell. You need to download and install this shell extension program on your Windows 11/10 PC. Once you install this on your PC, it will add a search option to the context menu of images. By clicking on this search option, you will find similar image results displayed in your default web browser in a few seconds. Isn’t it so simple to find images on google images? Let us see these steps in detail:-
Step 1. Download the GoogleImageShell application.
Step 2. Double click on the downloaded executable file to open its setup, and then click on the Install button to complete the setup.
Step 3. Now, navigate to the image under File Explorer that you want to search on Google images. Right-click on the image file and then click on the “Show more options” on the context menu.
Step 4. Now click on the
After completing the above steps, the selected image will be uploaded on Google, and your favorite browser will open. Under “Visually similar images,” you can see results.
You can download GoogleImageShell from the GitHub website.