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STDU Viewer

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

What is STDU Viewer?

STDU Viewer is Scientific and technical documentation utility (STDU) software that allows the user to view files rendered in the following formats: TIFF, WWF, PDF, DjVu, JBIG2, FB2, DCX, CBR, CBZ, XPS, TCR, MOBI, AZW, and MOBI. The software is also able to open image files in the following formats: BMP, GIF, PNG, PSD, PCX, and WMF.

The tabbed graphical user interface of the software enables the user to open multiple documents within a single window; which allows for switching between documents. Users are also able to get thumbnail views of the pages of their documents, bookmark pages, adjust color and text settings, and save/restore sessions. Documents that are rendered in DjVu and PDF formats can be converted to image formats supported by the software.

STDU Viewer was initially released in 2007, with limited capacity. The first release was only able to open PDF, TIFF and DjVu files. The GUI (Graphical User Interface) also provides support for other languages, apart from English. Users can set their language preference to Russian or French.

STDU Viewer runs on Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and 7.

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File types supported by STDU Viewer

Our users primarily use STDU Viewer to open these file types:

About file types supported by STDU Viewer

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Last updated: : March 11, 2013