IrfanView 4.59 is now available

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  1. CMArbres's Avatar
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    IrfanView 4.59 is now available


    The latest version of the Image viewer IrfanView is now available. It's incredibly fast and well featured with lots of plugins available, too. By far the best I've tried. I use this as my default image viewer and it is a pleasure to use.

    Here's the direct download link: Download Irfan View 64 bit version

    Christophe
    Last edited by CMArbres; 02 Dec 2021 at 13:42. Reason: Amended download link for the 64-bit version. Thanks to Steve for notifying me the first link was for the 32-bit
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  2. larc919's Avatar
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    Thanks for the heads up!
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  3. CMArbres's Avatar
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    larc919 said:
    Thanks for the heads up!
    Pleasure.

    Christophe
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  4. steve108's Avatar
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    CMArbres said:
    The latest version of the Image viewer IrfanView is now available. It's incredibly fast and well featured with lots of plugins available, too. By far the best I've tried. I use this as my default image viewer and it is a pleasure to use.

    Here's the direct download link: Download Irfan View (https)

    Christophe
    That 2nd download link shows 32-bit.

    For 64-bit download: IrfanView 64-bit version
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  5. CMArbres's Avatar
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    steve108 said:
    That 2nd download link shows 32-bit.

    For 64-bit download: IrfanView 64-bit version
    Thanks for the heads up Steve and apologies for the error. I have amended my first post accordingly.

    Christophe
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  6. steve108's Avatar
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    CMArbres said:
    Thanks for the heads up Steve and aplogies for the error. I have ammended my first post accordingly.

    Christophe
    you're welcome
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  7. steve108's Avatar
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    If you use plugins, they were updated too: IrfanView PlugIns to v4.59 and have to be installed/updated separately IIRC.
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  8. Wisewiz's Avatar
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    Can't find the Portable 4.59 yet. Maybe give it a day or two.

    Love my IrfanView, but I also love my portables. Only five of my forty-plus applications and utilities are "installed." MR is one of the five, and my browsers account for another two (not counting Edge, which I do not use -- yet, at least).
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  9. eLPuSHeR's Avatar
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    I advise using x86 version even on x64 systems, specially if you do TWAIN scanning and for some plugins.
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    That being said best part about Irfanview is being able to view your flash files through the AX plugin as Irfanview used that since it's own flash plugin kinda fails. However I guess people who do sadly upgraded and or eradicated flash will have to use the Newgrounds plugin instead ???

    That being said Flash AX works well for me with Irfanview ( the release I have currently ) all I had to do was replace both Flash folder contents with earlier versions of the files in both 32 and 64 folders.

    I love flipping through all the flashes via Irfanview. Like being on an acid-trip. I enjoy the madness flash creations so much. Never again we are going to see so much greatness. Blazes you could run this stuff on 100mhz machines and phones with flash installed and it was all good.

    eLPuSHeR said:
    I advise using x86 version even on x64 systems, specially if you do TWAIN scanning and for some plugins.
    Oh really ? Well maybe it is the scanner you are using with Irfanview. I understand it is hard to replace a great scanner.

    Otherwise greatest viewer ever made. I even use above Adobe Bridge when browsing photos. Only peg Bridge has on me is that it is able to report various information about the files and view everything as it. However Irfanview will even attempt to convert images from their RAW format, especially if it the universal cross format of RAW. Which really sucks it is not supported by more cameras.
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