Life Hacker featured Windows download: IrfanView

After a fresh re-install I will usually install this application to be able to view all of the images/pictures on my desktop. It’s light weight with many features, one of its greatest features is its batch processing. You can resize all of your photos in one folder with a couple of clicks of a button. Read the full article on Life Hacker

After a fresh re-install I will usually install this application to be able to view all of the images/pictures on my desktop. It’s light weight with many features, one of its greatest features is its batch processing. You can resize all of your photos in one folder with a couple of clicks of a button.

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