Open SVG files with File Viewer Plus

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Do you need to open an SVG file?

File Viewer Plus can open, edit, and convert SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) files. In addition, it comes with image editing tools that can adjust the color, brightness, and contrast of the image and filters that can be applied to the graphic. The program can also batch convert SVG images to JPEG, PNG, GIF, and BMP formats.

Open, edit, and convert SVG files with our easy-to-use image editor. Try File Viewer Plus for free today!

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What is an .SVG file?

SVG files are graphics saved in a two-dimensional vector format developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The format consists of XML that describes the positioning of lines, text, curves, colors, and shapes that make up a graphic. The format was released in 1999 as an open standard and is supported by all major web browsers. Due to its scalable format and wide support, SVG files are commonly used to save graphics for the web.

You will most likely encounter SVG files if you are a graphic professional or web designer who focuses on creating graphics for online use. However, the average user may also download graphics from the web as SVG files. Regardless of how you acquire an SVG file, File Viewer Plus can open and edit the graphic. The program can also convert the SVG files to other formats, such as JPEG, PNG, or GIF.

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About File Viewer Plus

File Viewer Plus is a universal file viewer for Windows. Why pay for many software programs and clutter your PC when you only need one? File Viewer Plus supports over 400 file types. No longer do you need to buy extra software or install shady programs to open unknown or unique file types. File Viewer Plus also enables you to edit, save, print, and quickly convert your files.

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