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GwenView ReView - The Linux killer application?

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I do not know who Gwen is or what she looks like, but GwenView looks good and it's a great application. When it comes to working with images, GwenView offers the right balance of functionality, ease of use, speed of use, and accessibility. It's not a fully featured image processing suite like GIMP, but for 99% of common daily tasks that the average user might undertake, from rotating, resizing, cropping, and exporting images to online albums, GwenView is ideal.

Let's take a tour of this fine tool.




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