Djvu Reader 22.214.171.124
Watch out during setup
During the installation process, you should pay attention to the steps of the wizard as you will also be offered to install third-party applications, that the tool does not need to function.
You can accept or decline the offer, after which the process will undergo as normal, allowing you to start working with Djvu Reader right away.
Basic yet practical user interface
The main window of the program is quite simple and easy to handle, its usage being more than straightforward, particularly for individuals who lack the experience need for other software.
The ribbon buttons allow you to open a new document, zoom in or out of the image, adjust the fit or rotate the current page to left or right, depending on your requirements.
Effortlessly read DJVU documents whenever you want
DJVU is a format which is used for scanned files, often comprising not only text but also images. This extension type is mainly found with electronic books, as it provides you with a smaller size object when compared with other similar-purpose files.
Djvu Reader helps you open this type of document either by browsing through your system or by drag and dropping it onto the main window. You can then analyze its contents in detail, thanks to the zoom component. From the left-side, scrollable panel, you can select the page of your choice.
A lightweight DJVU viewer
To sum it up, Djvu Reader is a useful albeit rather limited utility, whose main function resides in providing you an effective method of viewing DJVU format files on your computer, without the need to resort to complex or expensive software.
Reviewed by Marina Dan, last updated on July 31st, 2014
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Application descriptionDjvu Reader is a handy program created to help you view DJVU files, a format which is specific to scanned documents.Th...
Users are advised to pay attention while installing this ad-supported application:
- Offers to download or install software or components (such as browser toolbars) that the program does not require to fully function