Lot of people love storing images on our PC, and view them whenever we like to recount a memory. However with numerous devices proliferating, often we may come across a unsupported file format. In this situation, ImageXtender 1.0 comes as a boon, for those who have Windows XP installed on their PCs. The software enhances the ability of the Windows XP image viewer, making it capable to recognize over 200 image formats. It even supports displaying the outdated formats such as *.gem, *.msp, *.cals, *.dpx, etc. Using the software you would be able to view any image, whether taken from your mobile phone, or digital photo camera. The program would save you from installing different applications designed to view special image formats. It does not require you to perform any operations except the installation.
ImageXtender 1.0 is easy to install, and adds to the capability of the image viewer of Windows XP to supports large number of image formats. You can view the images in three standard Windows modes; Thumbnail, Filmstrip and Preview. It is capable of building itself into the Windows XP operating system. It registers different graphics file extensions to make the Windows XP standard viewer compatible to display them. After installation, you need not follow any different process to view the files, but use the normal procedure. Just launch the Windows Explorer, open an image folder, and you can view the files of all available formats in the preview mode. Besides, the ‘Details’ section placed at the left pane, the Windows Explorer displays the file info such as type, size, date of creation, etc. Even you would be able to view the different format images in all supported viewing modes.
ImageXtender 1.0 is rather competent software, which can make your Windows XP images viewer application capable of displaying a variety of additional image formats with ease. The program has been rated with 3 points, for a diverse feature-set that helps the user in viewing any image formats, without requiring technical knowledge from the user.