Total Commander makes use of the lister you define in the settings.
So if you install e.g. http://www.uvviewsoft.com/uviewer/ plugins you are able to view all the documents with this lister.
So it is not dependent on the Windows file manager but the viewer/plugin you install and which formats it supports.
Xplorer2 pro version 5 runs in windows XP and above, and besides of usual file manager operations, it allows preview of jpg, pdf, rtf, doc, docx and epub files, though it needs downloading several additional plugins.
You can use Advanced Renamer for that.
Despite the name, it can move, rename and copy as method of action.
Another option (more techy) is sharing the folders with an virtual Linux machine and make an script - it's really easy to do so with the file utility.