I tried about 3 of the mentioned viewers and 2 of the 3 worked well.
display was pretty good and lxpic was great! Thanks!

I'm interested in viewing the common file formats (jpeg, png, etc) and
I was intrigued by Pictview's claim of being able to view Photoshop
files (psd). But if I can view common image files with lxpic, I'm fine
with that.

By the way, I don't seem to have a config.sys file. Is it optional?

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> From: Rugxulo <rugx...@gmail.com>
> To: "Discussion and general questions about FreeDOS." 
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> Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2013 23:15:26 -0500
> Subject: Re: [Freedos-user] emm386, himem.sys, config.sys
> But just for completeness, here's what I'm thinking of (besides
> pictview):   display, see, lxpic, paceplay, duglview, vgapaint, ombra,
> ... etc. etc. etc.
> http://www.bttr-software.de/freesoft/0grpidx1.htm#graphics
> http://www.reimagery.com/fsfd/graphics.htm
> Well, Blocek (graphical text editor) can view images too, but again,
> I'm not sure that's what you want. Any particular file formats or
> resolutions you're trying to use?

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