ImageSafe is an image encrypting and viewing application. It stops others from viewing your images by using the blowfish algorithm to password protect them. Very easy to use and supports most image file formats. Slideshows can be windowed or full screen with adjustable delay between displaying images and random image settings. Build in editor. Image flipping and rotating are supported, as well as brightness, contrast and gamma settings. Images can also be set as the desktop wallpaper. ImageSafe also allows you to browse images on your computer before dragging and dropping then into your safe. Six different filters are used to display your images. Thumbnails can be set to three different sizes along with a quick exit or panic key that minimises ImageSafe onto the task bar or completely closes it in an instance. Original images can be deleted or completely erased to stop them from being undeleted at a later date.
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP
System Requirements Pentium II 500Mhz or better. 64 MB RAM or more. 500 MB of hard disks space. VGA (640 x 480) with minimum 256 colors.
Date added 21 Sep 2006
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011
Tags ImageSafe, image, encrypting, encrypt, viewing, view, blowfish, algorithm, password, protect, file, formats, slideshow, editor, flipping, rotating, brightness, contrast, gamma, desktop, wallpaper, br