HoneyView is an easy-to-use image viewer. It is capable of viewing jpg, gif, bmp, png, jp2, 2k2, hdp, wdp, dng, hv3, cbr, and cbz format files. Its design is light and the interface skin can be changed. You can set HoneyView3 as your default image viewer and also add a shell context menu. Indeed it’s very similar to the Windows Image Viewer but so much better. You can view pictures like a slideshow and change the transition time from 1 to 90 seconds, repeat or randomize, and select the way the slides are changing. You can view pictures with applied filters, changed interpolation method (Bilinear, Bicubic or Lanczos), additional effects (negative or gamma correction), rotated, or zoomed in or out. In preferences, you can customize many other options such as file associations, customize keyboard and mouse input, customize the background color, and so on. One good feature I found is that when the last or first picture is shown from the current folder, you can be asked for a next folder, loop, or go automatically to the next folder. It supports 32 and 64 bits OS.