Open NRW files with File Viewer Plus

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NRW file open in File Viewer Plus 4

Do you need to open an NRW file?

File Viewer Plus can open NRW (Nikon RAW Image) files and comes with various image editing features, including custom controls and effects. You can also resize and crop NRW images and batch convert them to other image formats, such as JPEG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, and BMP.

Open, edit, and convert NRW files without Nikon image viewing software. Try File Viewer Plus for free today!


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What is an .NRW file?

NRW files are raw images typically created by Nikon COOLPIX digital cameras. The images are saved in an uncompressed format to maintain the highest image quality, which is why professional photographers often prefer working with them. The format also stores adjustments made to the image separately from the image data, allowing photographers to undo changes and revert to the original image.

Even if you are not a Nikon COOLPIX photographer, you may still encounter an NRW file. For example, you might receive an NRW image from a friend or download it from an image-sharing website. In either case, File Viewer Plus is an excellent tool for opening and editing NRW images. You can also convert them to one of several more common image formats.

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About File Viewer Plus

File Viewer Plus is the universal file viewer for Windows. Why pay for dozens of software programs when you only need one? Install File Viewer Plus, and you'll be able open 400 file types with a single app.

You can also edit, save, print, and convert your files. Unknown file on your PC? No problem — the app's advanced file identification algorithm can identify over 10,000 file formats, including files with incorrect or missing file extensions. File Viewer Plus is the ultimate file viewer "plus" much more!

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