Originally Posted by montsnmags
I used to install Irfanview on pretty much any MS Windows machine I had, and work's, and on those of friends and family (after explaining, and being given permission). It was my default "image viewer" of choice.
I do the exact same thing. I'm also the "IT guy" at work and set irfanview as the default viewer and print program
of (huge) .jpgs.
This especially comes in handy when my staff need to print emails with large embedded jpeg's and Outlook Express doesn't know how to shrink them to fit the printed page...
(Neither do MS paint or IE!!!)