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Image Viewer application grownup
View all the images in any folder.

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Quick Start

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Download Image Viewer. (Requires Java.)

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Click "Start" to install Image Viewer. It's 100% clean. More...

3 Click "Load Images..." (or drag-and-drop a folder) to see previews.
4 Click a preview to see a larger image.
Notes

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Image Viewer looks into sub-folders, too.

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Drag-and-drop a zip file to see all the images inside it!

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To speed-up loading, run Preview Maker first to generate 128xANY previews.

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Loading preview images is done in the "background", so you can start viewing right away.

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The "Load Images..." dialog remembers your previous folder from last time.

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Image Viewer is actually just a simple GUI wrapped around the preview-list component from Scrapbook!

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Note: Image Viewer will need your permission to read the image files on your disk. More...

FAQ

Why does Java give a "Security Warning" when I install Image Viewer?

Because Image Viewer needs to access your hard drive. More...

Why does Image Viewer need access to my hard drive?

When you click the "Load Images..." button, Image Viewer searches for every image file in the chosen folder.

What's the point? I can already View-Thumbnails in Windows Explorer, and then open the images with Windows Picture and Fax Viewer. Image Viewer can't even rotate or delete.

No it can't. But you might prefer it because
1. previews open quickly (if pre-built with Preview Maker)
2. the single column of previews makes tighter use of screen space, and
3. Image Viewer automatically loads images from sub-folders and zip archives, too.

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