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  • Thank you so much for this absolutely fabulous app !

  • It is simple UI app, and super featured app inside! Thanks!

  • Love it, its resources friendly

  • Everything I could ask for, in a image viewing program.. very happy user here. It has a massive amount of functionality, for a very small size. Very small, and effecient and works great. Signed up on SourceForge just to leave this comment (and post in the discussion section). Keep up the good work.

  • This is very handy image editor. I now make a "best of" compilation from family old video archive. To generate bright and loud mp4/h264 videos I use Mp4 Video 1 Click for Windows. To make cover images for videos, I use JPEGView.

  • Works well for me as a default image viewer. Returning to JPEGView after many years with FastStone. Will be happy to see a bit more Exif displayed (i.e. lat/long) as is planned.

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  • Sadly unusable because of no support for saving important configs to ini or registry. The program is unusable because it has this stupid auto zoom mode you cannot set to off. It always activates itself when you open a new image. DEV is ignorant and doesn't answer to this issue.

  • One of the best image viewers out there: great design--both interface and functionality, pretty fast navigation, and very lightweight. It should be noted that the option to browse pictures with the mouse wheel (i.e. "NavigateWithMouseWheel") instead of the built-in mappings--MouseX1/X2 and PgUp/Dn, is _not_ in the KeyMap.txt but rather in JPEGView.ini, which needs to be assigned true. Thanks.

  • Spartan, loving it.

  • Hello, this is very useful application. 5 stars for me. Furthermore, recently I used KrojamSoft PhotoViewerPro so I strongly recommend it for Windows 10 as it has great features. Thanks.

  • Hello, I write them because it is mistranslated into Spanish, where it says "Máscara de Desenfoque" is exactly the opposite, a "Máscara de Enfoque". Please correct.

  • Hi, do you anticipate moving this program to have better touch interface support? Hopefully you'll convert this to UWP with either Centennial Bridge or a redesign. I think the Hamburger Menu/toolbar on the Lefthand side would make it easier to access the ocean of options in the Right Click menu. Lots of options, love that. Fan of the single window mode for simply viewing new photos. I usually tag and edit with Capture One, but JPEGView is so fast.

  • I use JPEGView as my first program to quick sort my pictures fresh from the camera and make some basic edition, crop, resize, rotation... I have not found anything that simple and that effective to do so in Windows! It is possible to add some more key combinations in order to access functions without going through the menu by editing the KeyMap.txt file (well described in the "Readme" file.) I just needed to add a line with "Ctrl+G IDM_CHANGESIZE" to the file in order to go strait to the "Transform image>Change size" pop-up window. A very good piece of software!

  • Have been looking for an open source image viewer for awhile to replace ACDSee. This comes close to the speed of ACDSee and works very well as a simple viewer. Being able to customize the interface (keyboard mapping and program behavior) makes this a very useful viewer. It would be nice if the pixel size of the image could be displayed in the window title.

  • Very fast viewer with basic features like "Crop", "Resize" and "Rotate" (also lossless for JPEGs). Perfect for people like me, who don't need a big GUI or toolbar to open images. It is just incredible fast, even on slow systems.

  • This is everything I would want from a image viewer. It's simple, minimal and has a good feature set. The only two problems I have is the nav bar, I personally disabled it. I found it took too long to hide, and all its functions could be performed through the right click menu. Some bitmap images don't render correctly, A few that I took with a mod in GTA San Andreas, render with discolouration all over the image.

  • Everything I ever wanted from an image viewer so far.

  • Firstly, excellent program. It's my default viewer. Secondly, I'd like to echo the request below for "always on top." I was quite surprised to find that it wasn't present when I needed it.

  • It's my favorite image viewer by far. Even as a recent linux user (I could leave Wind*ws behind at last!) I keep using it. It's simply unbeatable! Thx so much!

  • Thank you for your outstanding work, This app is very excellent. but, Can you add some more feature? 1. I like "always on top", I always work with an image as a reference. 2. I hope I can click and drag to move it, not select a region for now. 3. Last, I hope I can double click middle button to close it.

  • Superb little piece of software. I cannot stand Windows 7 image viewer with it's horrible clunky borders, I just want a basic frame to see my pictures in with no superfluous distractions. This software does it just lovely, nice and simple design.

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  • Classroom program, but it is lacking in the installation file extensions and associations.

  • Please, can anyone tell me how to take a snapshot during image view? Thank you

  • Awesome. I was looking for a tool that would just let me view images. Nothing more. Looks like Windows 10 Photos can't do it (no full screen except for slide show, and broken navigation). This one can. And even more than that, it doesn't get in my way when I view my photos, which is far more than I'd expect. Lacks image browser, but do we need it when every decent file manager can act as one?

  • Really like this bare bone tool. I wish the batch (rename / duplicate file finder) and folder view options were more broad (like in acdsee). Also if slideshow function would handle network paths (like home server folder on own network + if it could handle subfolders. I'd fully convert to using this in a heartbeat!

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