IrfanView 4.58  Pick    

Size:  2.8MB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2021-05-26  | Changelog

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OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

Downloads:   203579

Popularity:   Popularity:2/10



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Software Product Description

IrfanView is a fast FREEWARE image viewer/converter for Windows.


  • Preview option
  • Drag&Drop support
  • Fast directory view (fast moving through directory)
  • Play Movies and Sounds
  • Slideshow
  • Batch conversion
  • Print option
  • Change the color depth
  • Scan support
  • Cut/crop and much more

Supported file formats:

  • JPG/JPEG, GIF(and multiple animated GIF), BMP, DIB, RLE, PCX, PNG, TIFF (Multipage TIFF support), TGA, RAS/SUN, ICO, AVI, WAV, MID, RMI, WMF, EMF, PBM, PGM, PPM, IFF/LBM, PSD, CPT, MPG/MPEG, MOV, Multiple ICO support, and Photo-CD (Overview Photo-CD support).

This latest release supports Utah RLE file format, SSF (Structured Fax File) format, and Paint Shop Pro 7 files. It also includes the option to load DJVU files with maximum DPIs. In addition, this version offers several enhancements and bugfixes.

Features support for ICS format (Image Cytometry Standard) and CDR/CMX format, and adds RAW saving. MPG/AVI frames can now be extracted from the Options menu, and much more.

The latest version features a host of updates, including a zooming function for videos, new JPG Transformation dialog option, new Browse Subfolders dialog, when folder end/begin reached and an option to show EXIF data from TIF files.

IfranView also has plugins to extend the functionalities of the program. The plugins download is available from FreewareFiles.

Note from FreewareFiles: The setup program includes a toolbar which does not have to be installed to use the software.


"Can view old jpg files"

Reviewer: -Kid

Review Date: 2021-05-18

Pros: I noticed that with the latest windows OS whenever I open old .jpg files format there is no arrow to view the next images. I have to open each image separately which is very annoying. Thanks to Irfan View this is no longer a problem. I really miss the older OS

Cons: none so far

Other Thoughts: None


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