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Anyone know of any good free software that is simliar to iView or ACDSee?
 

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Mr_Jones said:
Picasa 2. It's free and it's made by the good people at Google.

yeah, i just downloaded it b/c i was curious to see what it was like. to my surprise it's very intuitive and simple to use.
 

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ChopstickHero said:
yeah, i just downloaded it b/c i was curious to see what it was like. to my surprise it's very intuitive and simple to use.
I'm glad you like it. I adopted it as part of my workflow to look over my pictures from the day and discovered it had a lot of power behind it. I especially like the printing setup it has. So much better than Photoshop's.
 

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I've played around with IrfanView. Anyone used it? Is Picasa any better?
 

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I'll have to try them at home. Here at work, I have to get an administrator to install stuff for me. It's a real P.I.T.A.

I had them install ACDSee, as that's what I've always used...but the latest version, 7.0, is only a limited time, trial version. If I could find ACDSee version 6, I would just use that.
 

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