|The irony of not having an icon.|
BeCyIconGrabber is a small utility to view icons and cursors of any sizes that are contained in EXE, DLL, ICL, OCX, CPL, SRC, ICO and CUR files. The icons/cursors can be saved either individually as an icon, cursor, bitmap, png file or collectively within resource libraries.
(and more awesome features)
A PDF reader. Many people mistake this as "the" PDF viewer, but PDF is an open format, and Adobe just happens to make a popular viewer.
- While I don't use it, I keep it in my toolkit: Win10 enGB - 2015.009.20069
Chocolatey: sumatrapdf and sumatrapdf.commandline
Sumatra PDF is a free PDF, eBook (ePub, Mobi), XPS, DjVu, CHM, Comic Book (CBZ and CBR) reader for Windows.
Seems decent enough.
A straightforward and lightweight image viewer.
My current image viewer of choice.
- 2018-01-21 - I recently switched back to Geeqie because I need in-place renaming, and easy deletion. The file similarity feature also might come in handy.
- 2016-12-03 - I switched back to GPicView because I didn't like the list of dependencies.
- 2015-05-10 - They are looking for a docs guy.
(date not recorded) - This replaced my use of GPicView.
Their sourceforge page claims that Gitorious has their development, but it does not.
TODO - make a proper page
A simple image viewer, but it doesn't have the basic functionality I want. GPicView blows it away.
An image viewer is essential to any contemporary computer, and it's something that's taken for granted.
It's a really simple concept, and one which is apparently impossible for most programmers to get right. If you're one of those image viewer programmers, drop by so I can slap you upside the head. Do you think you're users want to launch your program to view one image and have your program stop to build 10,000 icons in that directory?