It allows you to catalog all the images we have on our computer, make some small tweaks, rename, create presentations (slideshows), create it with the screensaver, turn your photos into a real movie, and then store them on CD or DVD.
It plays a very good job, and also allows less experienced users (but want to do) to quickly reach the result they desire; in my opinion is superseded by ACDSee, Picasa, however, is completely free. It’s very good especially for those with cameras and digital cameras with a lot of images to be cataloged.
It’s a picture viewer that link about the graphics, but it does so beautifully. In fact not even remotely supports all image formats in IrfanView and FastStone Image Viewer, nor have the features to edit images in bulk (batch) of these two programs (or even of XnView, actually), and of most also considerable hardware needs … However … image display is absolutely spectacular, thanks to the 3D mode very well done (in some ways reminiscent of the best things about Visions). You want to look at the pictures on your computer only to see it work …
It can also give a vote to affix to the individual images and annotations (in order to classify them better), and create slideshows quite spectacular.
Really nice (I still remember that the hardware requirements are significant, we need a new pc otherwise it is useless).
It’s a program that allows editing of images in batch mode, all at once (example: I want to change the size of all images within a folder, along with the brightness, for example, and store them in a different format).
Even Irfanview and XnView allows the change in batch mode, however PowerBatch allows (albeit with a more complex approach) to perform more complex operations than with the other two would not be possible (if you have to do very simple operations, the other two are probably preferable).