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What's the Best Photo Viewer Software?

Best Photo Viewer  

80 members have voted

  1. 1. Choose the Best / Mostly Used by You

    • ACDsee
      16
    • IrfanView
      20
    • PhotDex
      0
    • XnView
      14
    • CompuPic Pro
      3
    • Windows Picture & Fax Viewer
      28
    • Picasa
      9
    • Adobe Photoshop Album Starter
      1
    • Firegraphic XP 9
      2
    • Ulead PhotoImpact
      1


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awergh    0

i just use IrfanView view images and photos its quick and easy and can convert stuff to just about anything

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IrfanView for me. It does more and is more responsive with native mouse 'gestures' (allows me to use the scroll wheel, or buttons for navigation purposes), regardless of Full Screen view or not.

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neo    1

Windows Picture & Fax Viewer in Windows XP

Widnows Photo Gallery and Windows Media Center in Windows Vista

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Griefage    0

i use windows picture and fax viewer for any format it supports

faststone image viewer for everything it doesn't support. solid program and fast. if i wasn't so used to windows picture viewer i'd probably ditch it and just use faststone.

windows xp system

Edited by Griefage

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korandor    0

XnView and FastStone are both pretty good image viewers.

Two suggestions for the poll:

- FastStone should be added to the poll to make it more complete.

- Aren't the entries "PhotDex" and "CompuPic" the same? "PhotoDex" is the company of CompuPic.

Edited by korandor

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