Imaging per Windows

If you are looking for Imaging per Windows, you have come to the right place. We explain what Imaging per Windows is and point you to the official download.

What is Imaging per Windows?

Imaging for Windows is a type of document imaging software. Previous versions of this program were contained in Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000. This program is the upgraded version of the Imaging software, which was discontinued after Windows XP. The editing, scanning, and imaging viewing functions ere outmoded by Microsoft Paint and Windows Picture and Fax Viewer. Both of these were based on GDI+ in Windows XP. But the multi-page picture editing functions are not contained inside the Imaging software.

Imaging for Windows was made by Wang, and absorbed by Kodak later on. Afterwards, it became eiStream Inc., and was renamed to Global 360. It is currently present in Windows 4.0 and is available through OpenText. Imaging for Windows also gives users the ability to build software through the use of Active X tools. Every copy contains the Kodak/Wang imaging OCX controls.

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File types supported by Imaging per Windows

Our users primarily use Imaging per Windows to open these file types:

About file types supported by Imaging per Windows

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Last updated: : August 27, 2014