Viewing and editing digital images with Xnview
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Xnview is a handy image viewing and editing tool that is free for private use. We’ll show you around some of the program’s best features.
Your collection of digital images just keeps on growing, but you still don’t have the right tool for image management and editing. Specialist programs abound, but they give you more than you need, and feature overkill only adds to the confusion. If you’re looking for a practical tool for managing images, Xnview  may be the answer. Xnview reads over 400 image formats and writes almost 40, yet it is simple enough for the everyday user. The tool is free for private use. The prices (in Euros) for commercial use are shown in Table 1.
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