JPEG Viewer is the specific image viewer for displaying JPEG image and it's information. Also provide functions to manage the image. Feature: Display JPEG image and details (exif, quantization table, histogram), browse image, print image (custom size, photo size and multi-page), edit image (resize, add text, adjust color and special effect). Version 0.20 build 4 includes unspecified updates.
What's new in this version: Version 0.20 build 4 includes unspecified updates.
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