Adobe Bridge is the replacement for Photoshop's File Browser. Now a standalone application, Bridge allows thumbnailing and metadata editing of creative assets. It is tightly integrated with Adobe Camera Raw, allowing batch and individual processing of RAW digital camera files.
The Windows Image Viewer 'CDisplay' was written to ease the viewing of images in JPEG, PNG and static GIF format. This was partly down to the existing programs currently available being too general purpose and thus awkward to use when simply wanting to view images sequentially.
What FotoTime provides is a complete solution to the digital photography environment. Everything from capturing pictures from a scanner or camera, organizing, describing and sharing those pictures with family and friends is handled seamlessly.
Fujifilm Finepix Viewer is an image viewer, editor and slide show program packaged with many Fujifilm digital cameras. It can view and convert Fuji-specific .RAF (raw) image files into JPEG, BMP, and TIFF. It also preserves EXIF information, currently most Linux editors that handle .RAF files do not preserve EXIF.
IMatch makes it easy to view, edit and organize your digital image collection. It integrates all your other applications, works with your digital camera and helps you with all aspects of your digital imaging workflow.
Manga Reader is an in-development software project that allows you to easily read manga pages offline in a variety of different formats including .jpg, .png, .tif, .pcx, .psd, .pcx, .gif and .bmp in different folders or within compressed files (.zip, .rar, .7z, etc).
Stereogramm-Decoder, aka StereoDecoder, can open an autostereogram and display the 3D image (that may otherwise be difficult to see). It is useful for anyone who struggles with viewing autostereograms, but it does require access to another graphics program that can be used to measure the pattern width (as explained in Stereogramm-Decoder). The GIMP has a measure tool that can be used for this purpose.