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Last Updated May 9, 2005
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My Favorite Freeware Irfan View Graphic file viewer – but so much more!
Easy Music Composer Free
Added 4/10/04
For 98/ME/XP. “Easy Music Composer Free is a automatic composer. You can select a pattern (Rhythm, Bass, Drum). You can select tone and volume on each bar. You can compose a song using 7 channels.” By MSC Software. (Recommended by Shuta Miyawaki)
Added 7/18/04
(Windows versions unspecified.) “Java-based. Turns digital photos into a complete album ready for the Web or CD. Probably more than 100 user-created skins that can be customized. Can fit the needs of anyone with a digital camera. (While geared to making finished albums, it can also take any number of your 2 MB vacation photos and quickly create superb 60 KB emailable versions.) Very active and friendly forum for tips or questions from complete novice to expert. To see examples of what can be done and a sample of the skins (all free), check out the JAlbum Skin Repository.” By David Ekholm. (Recommended by Al Geddis)
PaintStudio Lite
Added 8/3/03
For 9x/NT/2K/XP. “A simple and easy-to-use freeware image viewing & editing application. You can enhance the look and optimize the size and appearance of images for use in documents, presentations, homepage, and others. It has possibilities once you figure it out. I am running it on XP Home OK.” By M. Alfian A. Rahman. (Recommended by Ken Cox)
Added 7/18/04
For 9x/NT/2000/XP. “Image viewer with continuous scrolling options to display multiple images together. A great way to walk through a picture collection. Can view pictures in ZIP/RAR files. You can also customize zoom quality with different resampling filters (Lanczos, Mitchell, etc.). It remembers the last opened file in each folder or ZIP file. Also has a built-in editor, with multiple undo and preview. Can do batch manipulation and format conversion. Formats supported: BMP, GIF, JPG, JPEG2000, PNG, PCX, PNM, TGA, TIF.” By Albertus Zakaria. (Recommended by Albertus Zakaria)
Added 4/9/04
For 9x/NT/2K/XP. Color-picking program. “Ever needed the hex, RGB, HTML, CMYK, and HSV number for a color in a picture? This tiny program (8kb) gives these and more.” By Nattyware. (Recommended by purplepumpkin)
Added 3/30/04
For 9x/2K/XP. “TPlayer is a free music player and mixer for MP3, WMA, OGG, and WAV audio files. TPlayer will let you listen to your music collection in a whole new dimension. After using TPlayer, you will soon discover how cool this player really is.” By Flic Enr. (Recommended by the author.)
Web Album Generator
Added 11/7/04
For 98/ME/2K/XP. “The most friendly and usable HTML slideshow generator that I have seen — and it’s free! Create slideshows with comments, titles and captions, and add navigation and index pages automatically. It even resizes the images to be the same.” By Mark McIntyre. (Recommended by Christian Wickham)
Added 7/18/04
For 9x/NT/2K/XP. “Small yet powerful program for snapping (capturing) images from selected parts of the screen. Current version can capture the whole desktop, a highlighted window, an active menu, or a fixed or free rectangular part of the screen. Handles five most popular graphics formats. Contains important graphical tools: a zooming box, a ruler, a color picker and a windows spy. Does not require installation. Does not need any special DLLs, drivers, or system files.” By Mirek Wójtowicz. (Recommended by Kai Richter)
Added 7/18/04
(Windows versions not specified.) “Excellent image viewer, editor, converter. Reads and writes a huge number of graphic formats. Incorporates features such as file browser, slide show, multi-converter, web page creator, etc. Incredible to find such software free of charge. I have been using it for a few years, almost daily.” By Pierre.e Gougelet. (Recommended by Nathaniel Cunningham)

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