Eye of GNOME
Eye of GNOME, or EoG, is Ubuntu's default image viewer. When you open a photo, EoG lets you perform simple tasks like zooming in and out, rotating the picture and showing slideshows. While applications like gThumb and F-Spot are more suited to organising your image collection, EoG provides everything you need to simply enjoy your photos one at a time.
Eye of GNOME will start when you double-click an image file. If you want to start EoG without opening a file, press the Alt and F2 buttons on the keyboard simultaneously and type eog in the window that appears, or open a Terminal and type:
- EXIF image data
- Part of the default Ubuntu installation
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