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IrfanView image viewer review at Softpedia
Dennis Hissink : February 7th 2006 - 19:30 CET
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SoftpediaIrfanView image viewer review at Softpedia : Our friends at Softpedia have reviewed IrfanView, a fast, simple freeware image viewer and editor that supports all major graphic formats, including BMP, DIB, JPEG, GIF, animated GIF, PNG, PCX, multipage TIFF, TGA, and more. IrfanView was the first Windows graphic viewer WORLDWIDE with Multiple (animated) GIF support. One of the first graphic viewers worldwide with Multipage TIF support and the first graphic viewer worldwide with Multiple ICO support. In addition, it features drag-and-drop support, directory viewing, TWAIN support, slide shows, batch conversion, and modifications such as color depth, crop, blur, and sharpen. The previous version featured new improvements and enhancements.
IrfanView image viewer review at SoftpediaIrfanView software - Image viewer
According to Softpedia: "If you’re still looking for an image viewer that’s got depth, power and speed, look no more. I recently stumbled across IrfanView and was a bit surprised at what I found. I can’t say that it hasn’t been recommended, but this is the first time I’ve actually tested it out. It seems as though someone read my rant about image viewers and not automatically associating them with every type of image format that’s humanly available.

IrfanView image viewer software
Softpedia continues: "IrfanView does offer to change your file associations if you want, but it never does it automatically. It doesn’t select every image format it supports and makes you unclick everything you don’t want. It simply lets you choose what you want (and what I liked most about the install is that it tells you that associating image formats with IrfanView is optional). Alright meow, onto the review."

IrfanView freeware graphic viewer
"When you first run IrfanView, you simply get a black viewing window that lets you open and edit the picture of your choosing. I prefer to also have a thumbnail view in order to have easier browsing access through my pictures. The viewing window auto adjusts to the picture you’ve selected in the thumbnail view. The first thing I noticed about IrfanView is the incredible loading time of pictures. This viewer’s got speed and some. My picture load time felt like it was instantaneous. I like the fact that it’s quite adaptable with the many plug-ins you’re able to add onto it (video, music and more image plug-ins included)," concludes Softpedia. You want to learn more about the IrfanView image viewer software? Continue to read the IrfanView review at Softpedia.

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