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I've been using this for ~8 years.. one of those programs which i'm ready to pay for, but it's free

doesn't matter what you do on your computer.. we all have photos and graphics on our drives, so i'd say this is a must have for everyone.
the only decent alternative is ACDSee, but it's not even close to XnView's simplicity and usability.

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  Resident 5.01.2010 53
I prefer Faststone viewer it does everything that xnview does but with more options and nicest gui ! try it , freeware too
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the reason I have been using xnview a while ago was the possibility to preview .ai files. Seems FSviewer doesnt support that. Standard picture viewer for me is Irfan view, also freeware. Doesn't support ai files either. Thanx for the Xnview reminder though. wink
  Administrator 1.01.2004 276 1012
Irfan view, also freeware

i've tried that a very long time ago... back then, it was ugly and slow yes
don't know if anything has changed since then.. :)
I prefer Faststone

looks nice... maybe i'll give it a try one day wink
  Resident 21.01.2010 380 554
My choice FastStone Image Viewer!
  Resident 10.10.2010 10
My choice FastStone Image Viewer!
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One of the best image viewer. It's my choice too yes
  Banned 14.05.2011 886 3887
The MAC version of XnView looks very old-stylish but isn't so bad. For Mac users there are some newer Image viewing programs, also Freeware as "ViewIt" or "Sequential". "iView MediaPro" is still one of the best.
  Resident 23.12.2009 4 653
since windows 7 , all grey mac apps look old stylish compared to the transparent aero windows :)
  Resident 7.11.2008 16
I like Irfanview also. Quick, and low resource use... and you can expand it to some amazing functionality with plugins.
  Resident 9.04.2011 1 674
I've been using ACDSee & Irfanview for a looong time,,. but now I'm switching to Ubuntu + [Virtually Emulated] Windows, so it's time to explore new ways. I'll have a try at XnView and FastStone...

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  Resident 29.10.2010 113
I'm over Irfan for a long time , will try it , thanks
  Resident 11.12.2011 4 937
The best image viewer to me is the old (and windows based) ACDSee v3.0. I even wrapped into wineskin to use it as a native Mac app ... until i discovered Lyn (which to me is the more closer program to ACDSee 3.0 and the best image viewer under Mac OSX (not free though! )).
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