Desktop Bridge brings IrfanView Image Editor to the Windows Store
When it comes to viewing and converting image files, Windows users have a ton of options regarding what to use. There are many developers that have come up with great solutions for Windows image viewing, but most users don’t even go past the built-in, default software that comes with Windows. If you have never tried anything else besides the default Windows image viewer, you probably don’t know what IrfanView Image Editor is either.
To keep it short, IrfanView Image Editor is, as the name suggests, a program that works with image files. It’s quite known in some circles and it is to this day one of the most efficient services of its type. Now, more people might learn about it since it’s coming to the Windows Store. Thanks to Project Cantennial or otherwise known as Desktop Bridge, Windows 10 users will be able to enjoy this app straight on their latest Windows 10 build and Windows 10 running devices.
Now, more people might learn about it since it’s coming to the Windows Store. Thanks to Project Cantennial or otherwise known as Desktop Bridge, Windows 10 users will be able to enjoy this app straight on their latest Windows 10 build and Windows 10 running devices.
What sets it apart from standard photo viewers and editors?
Those that have tried previous versions of IrfanView and are worried that they would be missing out by having that version instead of the new Windows Store version shouldn’t be afraid. In fact, the Windows Store version is identical with the older version for Win32, meaning that it comes with the same feature set.
Aside from its features, a big reason for which IrfanView is so appreciated is its support for plugins and the fact that it is able to accommodate no less than 60 of them. The app is completely functional on its own but with the help of plugins it can get to the next level and provide a far better experience for the user.
The app allows users to easily and swiftly browse through the various directories storing their photos and to experience all the features in their desired language. Yes, it comes with support for multiple languages, which can really come in handy in some situations.
Photos and images that are viewed using this software can also be enhanced with one of the many effects and additional elements that can be thrown onto the original piece. This way, you can make a popular photo your own or you can make sure that your personal photographs aren’t abused thanks to the watermarking feature.
It’s still free
A question that many Windows users probably have is whether or not IrfanView remains a free app since it’s being brought over to the Windows Store. The answer is yes, it will continue to be a free app, meaning that users can simply download and use it without having to pay anything for it. This makes it so that it costs you nothing to give it a try and see if it manages to enhance your photo viewing and editing experience.
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