Release Date: August 25, 1996.
IrfanView seeks to create unique, new and interesting features, unlike some other graphic viewers, whose whole "creativity" is based on feature cloning, stealing of ideas and whole dialogs from ACDSee and/or IrfanView! (for example: XnView has been stealing/cloning features and whole dialogs from IrfanView, for 15+ years).
At first glance, the interface seems simplistic, leaving plenty of room for the actual displayed image and only presenting a few buttons for the basic actions. Nonetheless, the menus fully compensate for this simple appearance, since each of them comes with a large array of options.
When it comes to its main function, namely image viewing, this tool can open almost any format out there while still enabling easy photo browsing. As a side note, IrfanView can be enhanced with third-party plug-ins so as to support virtually all graphic formats one could think of.
Despite its name, this utility can also do conversion and resize on the go, with the batch features proving to be both fast and efficient. In other words, one can rename, convert, resize, crop and change color depth of several images with only a few mouse clicks.
This software profram has a very rich Settings window, which means users can change almost every single option the app packs, not to mention that it comes with multi-language support for easier use. It can be integrated within the Windows context menu to enjoy its features in a seamless way.
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