[ubuntu-za] OPENING files with .png extentions in MS

Bill Cairns cairnsww at gmail.com
Thu Apr 26 11:46:11 UTC 2018

Irfanview can read just about everything. It's not open source (because the
owner does not want to give away the code), but is free and excellent.

On 26 April 2018 at 12:00, Piet Beukes OSS PEG <zabear1 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone   26Apr18
> Re:  OPENING files with* .png extentions*  in MS Windows
> I am forced to work with MS at the workplace, with the Workplace PC -
> cannot install Ubuntu or such on the PC.
> However I have opted out of using any MS program and can install smaller
> free programs.
> In the process* I have trouble opening .png files* - as I have not come
> across an OS program with which to open png files yet. Which image editor
> do I really need???
> *Is Scribus the answer* and can I install it on MS? It looks like
> overkill -  I just need to open a few png files per month and don't need to
> work on it - just need to open it to see the .png product.
> *Any advice?*
> For* .pdf files* I am using PDF Reader - which does work.
> Regards
> PietB
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