Use All the Time
I have been using ZoomBrowser in various releases for many years. Usually prefer it to Lightroom for a small batch of files to process.
The major Con I have is that too many mouse clicks are needed to access an external editor such as Photoshop Elements for each photo file.
June 22, 2013
I am using the ZB to view my images. It is the best viewer (for Win) I have used. Fully color managed, easy to use, high quality resizing. Th eonly downsiide is memory management when viewing to many images.
June 12, 2013
great for browsing and quick-editing
I'm a teacher and a lot of my photography is at basketball games etc. I typically give my camera to the students (usually 7th or 8th graders) to take whatever pics they like. So a couple of times a week I get the camera back with a couple of hundred of new pics. I need to download them, skim through quickly, delete the ones that aren't worth keeping (maybe 150 out of the 200), do a quick edit on the best of the remainder (usually just a crop), so I can then print them and post them up in the school. Zoombrowser is just perfect for this. I've tried other software and always come back to zoombrowser. If you want to do more sophisticated editing of small numbers of pics then this isn't the software for you, but that's not it's intended purpose imho.
April 2, 2013
Need Windows 8 support!
I love ZoomBrowswer, and use it to view ALL my photos regardless of where taken (Canon camera, phone, friends, etc), but now I'm on Windows 8 and really want to install it on this laptop. Canon please update Zoombroswer for Win8!
February 1, 2013