From Nikolaos Strikos:
Digital Image Magnifier application can be used for magnifying (enlarging) digital images, extracting edges from an image with sobel and canny edge detector or applying other filters as well.
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"Not very useful"
Version: Digital Image Magnifier 1.3
Easy to install. Works at win 7 as it claims.
Its not a screen magnifier as I want. Its more like a picture viewer. You need to open a window to view the image.
The magnifier can be enlarged to 300X300 (does it mean pixel?) which is too small.
Just so so.
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