In Pictures: 10 PC apps to increase your business productivity

The tech world is full of seemingly little apps that can make a huge difference in your work life. But how do you find them? To help you get started, we've drawn up a list of 10 indispensable PC applications to help you work smarter.

Irfanview Graphic Viewer

Irfanview is a fast, compact graphical viewer for the Windows operating system. The primary strength of this app lies in its capability to view practically any media formats under the sun, including formats such as Multipage TIF, Photoshop PSD and even the RAW formats for most digital cameras. Moreover, Irfanview is able to save in many of the most popular formats, effectively making it a handy graphic converter tool. Other features such as advanced batch processing and basic image editing makes it is a must-have tool for your software arsenal. Irfanview is freeware when used for non-commercial or educational purposes; commercial users should contact the developer for prices .

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