3.5 stars

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Win (All)
portable Portable

screen magnifier OneLoupe is a screen magnifier that can be useful for people with visual impairments or weak eyes, or to inspect the magnified details of photos, drawings and anything else you want to take a closer look at. The program allows you to adjust the size of the magnifier window as well as the strength of the zoom and you can optionally copy a bitmap of the enlarged area to the clipboard. OneLoupe can run in the system tray and does not require installation. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Nenad Hrg (22) Price Free
Version 5.81  history Last updated May 28, 2024
File Size 93 Kb Requirements None

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Based on 4 reviews

Latest user reviews:

A keeper 5 stars by bolgwrad Apr 25, 2018 (Read all my 20 reviews)
This seems to be the only Loupe (magnifier) application that works without getting in the way; doesn't bother other mousewheel functions (eg volume), just click to exit, and more configuration options than you can shake a stick at. The 'help' is helpful too. The 'full screen' option is scary on multiple monitors! The only thing I don't like is the turquoise, Windows 8-style skin. But for hassle-free, fit-and-forget functionality, OneLoupe is the business. show Review details
Too complicated 2 stars by JaJoa69 Jul 11, 2010 (Read all my 18 reviews)
Just tried this app, and it's not easy to use compared to Virtual Magnifier which i've been using for a while. show Review details
Nice tool 4 stars by DataRat Apr 27, 2010 (Read all my 15 reviews)
First, OneLoupe is stable. Many freeware screen magnifiers are NOT ! Secondly, enhanced image is reasonably clear. Thirdly, scrolling in or out is easy using your mouse scroll wheel. Fourthly, keyboard arrow keys expand or diminish the size of the viewer. Fifthly, "B" key saves images to clipboard as bitmaps, and "P" key put pixel value [color] on clipboard. ( That last item -the Color Picker- hasn't worked all that well ! ) Finally: OneLoupe functions just fine on 64-bit Vista, as well as on both screens of a dual-monitor set-up. show Review details
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