The answer to the question “what is pViewer?” is a simple one. This application is an image viewer and comics/manga reader. You don’t need two different tools for viewing images and reading comics – you only need pViewer. And you don’t need to pay money for other tools – you just need pViewer.
Getting pViewer up and running is a process that will take very little of your time. There are two reasons for that: 1. you don’t need to go through an installation process; and 2. the pViewer download is incredibly lightweight. You need only download a 232KB archive and run the pViewer.exe to get the application up and running.
There is nothing in the pViewer interface. Launch the application and you will be greeted by a black window. To access the Settings menu, to Open a file, you need to right click on this black window. A right click context menu with access to all of pViewer’s functionality will appear when you do so.
Open an image file and it will be displayed into pViewer interface. Hit the up or down arrow and the application will rotate the image. Hit the left or right arrow and the application will move on to another image (assuming you opened an image in a folder that contains multiple images). Several other keyboard shortcuts (you can view a complete list by clicking on Keyboard Shortcuts/Help from the right click context menu) can be used to access pViewer’s functionality - functionality that, as mentioned above, is offered free of charge.
Easily view your images and read comics or manga with the lightweight and free pViewer application.
pViewer does not have to be installed. It features a minimalist interface; access to its functionality is granted through the right click context menu. There are keyboard shortcuts for just about all pViewer can do. Use pViewer to view images and read comics/manga. pViewer is freeware.
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pViewer Editor’s Review Rating
pViewer has been reviewed by George Norman on 30 Oct 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated pViewer 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential