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

What is STDUViewer?

STDUViewer is a file viewer that allows the user to read documents rendered in different formats. The software provides a single program that enables users to view documents rendered in the following extensions: TIFF, WWF, DjVu, JBIG2 and PDF.

Users may likewise view e-books rendered in .fb2 and .epub formats; where .fb2 is associated with the FictionBook format (XML-based), and .epub is associated with EPUB (electronic publication), an electronic book standard identified with the International Digital Publishing Forum or IDPF.

Comic book archives (CBD and CBZ), PalmOS documents or PalmDoc (PDB), Windows Metafiles (WMF and EMF), Mobipocket (MOB), and Amazon Kindle (AZW) are likewise supported by the software. Users who wish to view image files may likewise do so through the software. STDUViewer supports BMP, JPEG, GIF, PCX, PNG and PSD.

The software features a tabbed interface, allowing the user to open several documents at a time on the same window. Users can switch from one tab to the next to view their files. STDUViewer is software for Windows-operated systems, and is distributed for free.

Download STDUViewer from the developer

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Download STDUViewer (external link)


File types supported by STDUViewer

Our users primarily use STDUViewer to open these file types:

About file types supported by STDUViewer

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Last updated: : March 14, 2013