View Poll Results: What software do you USUALLY use to view your digital photos?

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  • ACDSee

    88 34.65%
  • CompuPic

    3 1.18%
  • ThumbsPlus

    1 0.39%
  • Windows XP Built-in Image Viewer

    56 22.05%
  • iPhoto

    14 5.51%
  • NikonView (and the Canon, Oly, etc equivalent)

    19 7.48%
  • Photoshop 7 File Browser

    15 5.91%
  • IrfanView

    34 13.39%
  • Paintshop Pro File Browser

    3 1.18%
  • Others

    21 8.27%
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Thread: What software do you use to view your digital photos?

  1. #41
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    i use XnView. its a freeware!

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    I am using ACDsee, but it seems to me that it's kinda slow, when i see my other friend uses it and his system is about more or less the same with me, his ACDsee is actually faster than mine when going from gallery to gallery.

    is there anyway to optimize it to work faster?

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    Currently using the 4 applications,

    1) ACDSEE for general browsing and file management
    2) Irfanview for batch conversion and quick view of RAW files
    3) Breezebrowser for RAW conversion and browsing in color managed environment
    4) EXIF for comparison of EXIF data in files

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    Quote Originally Posted by vonvonz
    I am using ACDsee, but it seems to me that it's kinda slow, when i see my other friend uses it and his system is about more or less the same with me, his ACDsee is actually faster than mine when going from gallery to gallery.

    is there anyway to optimize it to work faster?
    Use ACDSee 3.1, it's quite a bit faster. Alternatively, if you are using 6.0, upgrade to 6.1 which has some performance improvements.

    Regards
    CK

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckiang
    Use ACDSee 3.1, it's quite a bit faster. Alternatively, if you are using 6.0, upgrade to 6.1 which has some performance improvements.

    Regards
    CK

    thanks for the suggestions

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