QuickViewer is a very, very, very fast image viewer
June 26, 2017 – 04:19 | No Comment
QuickViewer is a very, very, very fast image viewer

QuickViewer is a portable open-source image viewer which shows and navigates pictures with the maximum possible speed.
The developer has built in multiple optimisations, including reading images before they’re required and displaying them with OpenGL.

Extract icons and create image thumbnails with Thumbico
June 22, 2017 – 15:17 | No Comment
Extract icons and create image thumbnails with Thumbico

Thumbico is a combination of an icon extraction and viewing tool, with a thumbnail viewer and creator.
The program is tiny, a 28KB download, and unsurprisingly there’s no installation required– just unzip and run Thumbico.exe.

Tad is a smarter CSV and data viewer
June 14, 2017 – 12:38 | No Comment
Tad is a smarter CSV and data viewer

Tad is a free cross-platform tool for viewing any analysing CSV files and tabular data.
Open a CSV file and it’s displayed in a simple table. Clicking column headers quickly sorts the data by that field, …

FocusOn is a likeable image viewer
March 30, 2017 – 06:33 | Comments Off on FocusOn is a likeable image viewer
FocusOn is a likeable image viewer

FocusOn Image Viewer is a stylish and straightforward image viewer, easy to use but with one or two unexpected bonus features.
This all starts with the interface. There are no stupid gimmicks, no attempts to do …

View animated GIFs, TIFFs, MPOs and more with CPix
March 27, 2017 – 17:02 | Comments Off on View animated GIFs, TIFFs, MPOs and more with CPix
View animated GIFs, TIFFs, MPOs and more with CPix

CPix is an unusual image viewer for Windows with a strong focus on multi-picture formats, including MPO, TIFFs and animated GIFs.
The interface is basic. There’s no thumbnail browser, just a simple viewing pane where you …

mrViewer is a quirky but powerful media player
March 14, 2017 – 10:31 | Comments Off on mrViewer is a quirky but powerful media player
mrViewer is a quirky but powerful media player

While most PC media players are identikit clones which bring nothing new to the playback, mrViewer is a rare exception. A program that has the courage to do things differently. Very differently…
This starts less than …

MComix is an easy-to-use cross-platform comic viewer
January 19, 2017 – 05:46 | Comments Off on MComix is an easy-to-use cross-platform comic viewer
MComix is an easy-to-use cross-platform comic viewer

MComix is a configurable, cross-platform comic and image viewer.
The open-source program is a fork of the old Comix project, and has been under development since 2010.

IrfanView 4.44 released
December 21, 2016 – 09:12 | Comments Off on IrfanView 4.44 released
IrfanView 4.44 released

The superb freeware image viewer IrfanView has hit version 4.44 with a pile of tweaks and additions.
A much-improved histogram is now modeless, and offers curves, RGB and other viewing selections.

Manage, view and annotate your PDFs with Gaaiho Reader 4.0
December 6, 2016 – 08:30 | Comments Off on Manage, view and annotate your PDFs with Gaaiho Reader 4.0
Manage, view and annotate your PDFs with Gaaiho Reader 4.0

Gaaiho Reader is a lightweight and feature-packed PDF reader for Windows.
The program opens with a more cluttered interface than Adobe Reader – menus, buttons, sidebars – but basic viewing remains very straightforward.

Explore malicious executables with Adlice PEViewer
November 2, 2016 – 09:00 | Comments Off on Explore malicious executables with Adlice PEViewer
Explore malicious executables with Adlice PEViewer

Adlice PEViewer – aka RogueKillerPE – is a free tool for analysing and exploring Windows executables.
The results can help you troubleshoot programs, find out more about what they’re doing, and perhaps identify malware that your …

Five free CSV viewers and editors
September 6, 2016 – 10:09 | Comments Off on Five free CSV viewers and editors
Five free CSV viewers and editors

CSV is a very common format for sharing large amounts of data, mostly because it’s so simple– you can view the contents almost anywhere, at least in theory.
You may not always have a full-featured spreadsheet …