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  • I think this program does a good job at keeping the icons minimal as possible, because you can see them but are not too poppy and large enough to fill the entire space
  • What I like about ACDSee and makes it stand out is that, it lets you see the image regardless of the size, and not let you scroll the image right or left, down and up
  • This make it convenient because I don't like scrolling which makes it annoying sometimes

    • by aaa201558
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      ACDSee 3 by ACDSee is an image viewer which apparently lets you see images of any kind in your computer. It helps you view your photo from any angle and is comparable to commercial softwares like Photoshop. I used this program and think it is pretty good, even better than the standard Microsoft Image Viewer.

      ACDSee has a pretty standard but neat user interface. When you open it, you will only see a few options above each image you see, so that you can control the way you view


      the image when you view them, without losing the options. The user panel is so minimal with commands that you won’t get distracted by large icons and options, which otherwise can be annoying if all you want is to see the image and pay attention to it alone. I think this program does a good job at keeping the icons minimal as possible, because you can see them but are not too poppy and large enough to fill the entire space. In fact, the space is more made to ...

      • make image viewing comfortable.

        Among the many options you can see here are Rotate, which lets you rotate the image by how many degrees you want, and by zooming in and out of the photo to focus on the particular part of the image you want to see, and edit the photo by using any image editor such as Photoshop or Gimp. It all depends on you. It also lets you make that photo your desktop, make it black and white and blur it.

        What I like about ACDSee

        and makes it stand out is that, it lets you see the image regardless of the size, and not let you scroll the image right or left, down and up. This make it convenient because I don’t like scrolling which makes it annoying sometimes. I just want to scan and view everything without bothering with the scrolls.

        ACDSee is free but is constantly updated by its developers. It is lightweight. It loads fast when I open it. I like it because it just does what it does and without causing any problems.




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