Copyright © 2004 John Ellis.
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GQview is an image viewer, that makes navigation of images easy. Images can be viewed full screen, and a slide show function allows automatic changing of the displayed image.
GQview is an image manager, with complete copy, move, rename, and delete functions available at the press of a button. Find the right image with the search feature. Image collectors can free up space with a function that finds duplicate images.
The one thing GQview is not, and never be, is an image editor. However, GQview paired with an image editor, such as the Gimp, can be a very powerful combination.
Find image duplicates based on image content
View EXIF data stored in images
Simple Sort Manager to quickly sort a folder of images into other folders
Rename images in bulk
Add keywords to images, and recall those images with the search function
“An application that displays images.” - This was, and still is, the primary goal of GQview. Over time image management features have been added, but the core purpose of GQview remains the same.
GQview User Manual