OpenImageManager 1.5 for Windows

by Mohamed Faouk Mohamed

Avg. Rating 1.5 (2 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.4 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 379
Publisher Mohamed Faouk Mohamed
Homepage OpenImageManager

Publisher's Description

OpenImageManager, the new Opensource Acdsee written in C#. It's based on the idea of the very popular image viewer ACDSee(TM), includes Thumbnails feature, HTML Album Generator and more.

Latest Reviews

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.5 on May 28, 2010

As an ap that is now almost 4 years old that supports only the most basic formats, no options, no ability to delete files, locks up on 'my pictures' folder, almost anything is better. Xnview for one-anything.
I extracted with uni extractor and .net 1,2,3 & 3.5 was already installed so no issues there.

bobad

bobad reviewed v1.5 on May 28, 2010

Setup wants me to download .NET framework 1.1.4???

I don't think so! I already have .NET 4.0, so I won't be regressing. I'm surely not going to install multiple versions of .NET, I learned a hard lesson doing that!

EDIT:

Extracted with Universal Extractor, and it ran fine (I guess!) with .NET 4.x.

This program is dated. It's patterned after the first generation ACDSee, which wasn't a bad thing in 1995. Now, there are many free viewer-organizers that make it look primitive. The best of these by far is FastStone, but even stodgy old IrfanView leaves it in the dust. I suppose there are a few die-hard old ACDSee users that would like it, but that's all. Dropped my rating from a 3 to a 2. Sorry!

Avg. Rating 1.5 (2 votes)
Your Rating
anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.5 on May 28, 2010

As an ap that is now almost 4 years old that supports only the most basic formats, no options, no ability to delete files, locks up on 'my pictures' folder, almost anything is better. Xnview for one-anything.
I extracted with uni extractor and .net 1,2,3 & 3.5 was already installed so no issues there.

bobad

bobad reviewed v1.5 on May 28, 2010

Setup wants me to download .NET framework 1.1.4???

I don't think so! I already have .NET 4.0, so I won't be regressing. I'm surely not going to install multiple versions of .NET, I learned a hard lesson doing that!

EDIT:

Extracted with Universal Extractor, and it ran fine (I guess!) with .NET 4.x.

This program is dated. It's patterned after the first generation ACDSee, which wasn't a bad thing in 1995. Now, there are many free viewer-organizers that make it look primitive. The best of these by far is FastStone, but even stodgy old IrfanView leaves it in the dust. I suppose there are a few die-hard old ACDSee users that would like it, but that's all. Dropped my rating from a 3 to a 2. Sorry!

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