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I am looking for PSD files viewer. Gimp is too fat for this job. I need something fast and light.

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You may like Kuickshow.

"KuickShow is an image browser/viewer with a nice filebrowser to select images to be shown, slideshow support and the ability to display the following image formats: jpg, gif, tiff, png, bmp, psd, xpm, xbm, pbm and eim. Images can be displayed either in their own window, as large as the image, or fullscreen (which shrinks images too large to display). KuickShow also has a slideshow mode."

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How to install it in Ubuntu 11.04? – Mikl Sep 22 '11 at 14:53
You will have to download from the site: – desgua Sep 23 '11 at 0:22

XnViewMP is very good doing the job.

Download it from

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XnView can't be used in Company setting. It can be used for free only when for personal use, not professional use : have to get License (paid). i.e. : is provided as Freeware for private non-commercial or educational use (including non-profit organization). check: Kuickshow License is GNU General Public License version 2.0 (GPLv2) -- just my 0.25cents – justMy0.00025cents Jun 7 '14 at 5:59

Besides Photoshop, I believe GIMP is your best option. Might be the closest to Photoshop.

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