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Old 05-16-2013, 08:45 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Andrew B. View Post
I don't understand why people praise Irfanview, so I'm not a good person to make this comparison.
IrfanView is nice because it's lightweight, does it's thing well, works with a huge number of formats and is really quite easy to use. It doesn't have a glitzy interface, or wizards, and it even might look old fashioned to some, but it's very discoverable and it's very easy to find any given functionality. It has limited functionality that it implements well, without getting in your way.
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