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Dennis Hissink : February 7th 2006 - 22:30 CET

Firegraphic XP review at Softpedia


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SoftpediaFiregraphic XP review at Softpedia : Softpedia, the online Encyclopaedia of free software downloads, reviewed Firegraphic XP. Firegraphic XP is image management software that offers a complete solution for viewing, organizing and printing images. It allows you to import from your scanner or digital camera and to organize your albums and favorite images from one convenient location. You can also apply some basic editing functions such as crop, rotate, resize, and color adjustments. Additional features include support for viewing of images inside ZIP archives as well as email support, EXIF information display, print options and more. Firegraphic XP comes with an easy to use and modern interface.
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According to Softpedia: "I’m still searching for an image viewer that will give me speed, utility, ergonomics and more. I don’t know how much longer I’ll have to look, but I hope that Firegraphic XP offers me these things. Firegraphic XP 8 is an image viewer that provides both a professional look and an intuitive interface; let’s see if it’s got that little extra under its hood. Well, Firegraphic XP and I didn’t get off on the right foot since I wasn’t able to specify exactly where I wanted my download to go."

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Softpedia continues: "Not only did it not let me specify where I wanted it to go, but it went ahead and added itself directly in my Start menu program’s list without my consent. If you don’t have enough free space in your “Program Files” folder, clear some out if you’re still interested in getting Firegraphic XP. When I started the program, I was then asked if I wanted a shortcut on my desktop and in my Start menu (but it still didn’t get rid of the one that was already in there). But I will let bygones be bygones and go on, maybe I’m in for a treat." You want to learn more about the Firegraphic XP image management software? Continue to read the Firegraphic XP review at Softpedia.

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