Inzomia image viewer

Type of Program: Graphics
Supported Platforms: Win 98/Me/2000/XP
Company Name: Maple & Star AB
Version: 3.03
Price: 0-$35
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The installation of is easy and intuitive. You can place the program files where you want them. The Inzomia image viewer is available in two versions, one for commercial use and one free for non commercial use.

I tried the free version. Well what can you say about an image viewer? It views images well? Ok, so Inzomia image viewer is a good image viewer. With it you easily and mostly intuitively add images to a playlist.

You should be aware that the first time you start up Inzomia you probably will get a warning from your firewall that Inzomia is trying to access both the trusted zone and the internet. That is fine, Inzomia needs to do both so don't get excited.

The best way to get familiar with Inzomia is to do the tutorial that shows up on the opening screen. Basically Inzomia has 3 windows. One is the Information window, it is a web browser with support for grabbing images from the internet and importing them directly into the viewer.

The image window is used for viewing photos. Photos can be zoomed and displayed in fullscreen. The other window is the playlist window, it contains a list of the photos you currently have in your playlist.

To switch between the different windows in the Inzomia viewer you double click the titlebar of the window, the selected window will enlarge while the other windows will shrink.

In all actuality I had some trouble getting my head around how to use Inzomia. But once I did I was making up making up playlists, zipping them up, and making slideshows as an .exe and sending them to my mother. Remember Inzomia is free for personal use only if you use for commercial use you must pay for it.

So I heartily recommend that you get yourself a copy of Inzomia and get your head around it, you will certainly find it worth it.

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Reviewed by Joe Tex

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