If you are looking for CompuPic, you have come to the right place. We explain what CompuPic is and point you to the official download.
What is CompuPic?
Designed and released by Photodex, CompuPic is a software that is mainly used as Digital Content Manager that enables users to view, access, and browse photos easily.
The software allows users to check and browser all existing content of any computer using the functionality called thumbnailing engine. Files are automatically converted into text or HTML files for easy viewing. Video files and other multi-media files can also be scanned using the software. It is designed to generate and manage huge quantity of files and folders. It search capability also lets you see the contents and folders merged into a single list.
CompuPic also lets you view your files in two different modes- full screen and windowed screen while making use of the zooming and panning tools for better navigation of files and images. Launching files is also possible using the configurable actions that a user can employ. Files can be managed individually or by batch depending on the preference of the user.
CompuPic does not only manage digital contents or files but also lets users print any of the file directly. This software can be used in various operating systems including Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7.
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File types supported by CompuPic
Our users primarily use CompuPic to open these file types:
About file types supported by CompuPic
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Last updated: : July 31, 2013