Full Screen Web Image Viewer

Full Screen Web Image Viewer Free

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  • Full Screen Image
  • Contextual Menu
  • Initial Message

Editorial review


Daniel Ángel Romero Senior editor

Full Screen Web Image Viewer is a browser plug-in to view in full-screen mode the images you find in the web sites you visit. This program integrates itself into either Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, adding some options to the contextual menu that opens whenever you right-click on an image.
These options will allow you to view the image in full-screen mode, choosing among the Best Fit, the Cut Fit, or the Stretch Fit options.

Best Fit will show the image as big as it possibly can while preserving the aspect ratio. Cut Fit, however, will cut the image to make it fit the size of the screen without distorting it, while Stretch Fit will fill the screen with the image completely ignoring its original aspect ratio.

As most plug-ins, this tool comes with no interface, working directly from your browser. At the time of writing this review, Full Screen Web Image Viewer successfully integrated itself into Internet Explorer 8, but failed to do so with Mozilla Firefox 3.6. It did not even appear as an installed plug-in.


  • It is free.
  • It allows you to see images in full-screen mode easily.


  • It does not work with, at least, Firefox 3.6.

Publisher's description

Full Screen Web Image Viewer is a very easy to use program which integrates itself to the Internet Explorer and Firefox context menu ie the right click menu. After installing it, while surfing you can right click any image and choose full screen options. The options include full screen best fit which will try to show the image as large as possible without affecting its height-width ratio, stretch fit which will fit the image to the screen without worrying about height width ratio, Cut fit which will cut the image so that height width ratio becomes equal to the screen height-width ratio and hence will show image in fullscreen.
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