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A very good converter! 4 stars by realbull2009250 May 11, 2013 (Read all my 50 reviews)
I'm reviewing the 3.27 version. Sorry, GimpGuy, but this tool has its purpose for people who work with XPS files and may need to reassemble them. I have a Win7 HP 64-bit and the standard viewer cannot save to PNG, JPEG, etc., only the file name can be changed. XPS2IMG starts up very quickly, very light and can be installed as a normal program or as a portable file. It has various other settings; DPI, size, page number select, CPU priority settings and other settings/options. It supports drag & drop, too. As far as its main purpose, it can convert to the various image formats that it supports well. The interface is straight forward and simple, so it isn't very attractive. Maybe a new GUI would be nice. Also it cannot do batch processing which I think should be included in the future. Also a feature to rearrange the pages and print to PDF would be great. Overall it is a great tool for those who need it. show Review details
Ok but... 3 stars by gimpguy Sep 11, 2012 (Read all my 1158 reviews)
I am really not getting the gist of this. It's alright to convert to images with, it works, however, why not use the standard viewer, save as .png or whatever, print to pdf, etc... works for me and see little need for this unless I missed something. show Review details
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