If you are looking for SlowView, you have come to the right place. We explain what SlowView is and point you to the official download.
What is SlowView?
SlowView is an image viewing program developed by Nikolaus Brennig. The software is compatible with the older versions of Windows operating systems from Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT.
The software does not need to be installed on the computer in order for it to launch its applications. The user can save the program on a USB drive, and insert the USB into the machine’s USB port to open the viewer. It supports over forty image file formats including JPEG, GIF, TIFF and PSD. It also supports video and audio file formats such as MP3, AVI and MOV.
The program also serves as a basic photo editing utility, providing the user with editing tools for resizing and cropping of images. It also provides image rotation option and color adjustment options.
As of 2005, SlowView was no longer being distributed. The software was integrated into Ashampoo’s photo editing software, Photo Commander. Ashampoo Photo Commander is also an image viewer and editor. The software is compatible with Windows systems and can be downloaded from the Ashampoo website. This is a paid software program, but a trial version is available and can be used for up to 40 days from date of installation.
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File types supported by SlowView
Our users primarily use SlowView to open these file types:
About file types supported by SlowView
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Last updated: : March 7, 2013