Posted 25 August 2004 - 11:00 PM
Irfanview is a very fast, small, and compact graphic viewer for Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003.
I've been using it since version 3.80. It's easy to use (best feature), and does a lot. There are also
a lot of plug-ins available for it. Here's a partial list of some of it's features:
* Multi language support
* Thumbnail/preview option
* Slideshow (save slideshow as EXE/SCR or burn it to CD)
* Show EXIF/IPTC/Comment text in Slideshow/Fullscreen etc.
* Support for Adobe Photoshop Filters
* Drag & drop support
* Fast directory view (moving through directory)
* Batch conversion (with image processing)
* Email option
* Multimedia player
* Print option
* Change color depth
* Scan (batch scan) support
* IPTC editing
* Effects (Sharpen, Blur, Adobe 8BF, Filter Factory, Filters Unlimited, etc.)
* Extract icons from EXE/DLL/ICLs
* Lossless JPG rotation
* Many hotkeys
* Many command line options
* Many PlugIns
* Only one EXE-File, no DLLs, no Shareware messages like "I Agree" or "Evaluation expired"
* No registry changes without user action/permission!
* and many more
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