Taking documentation with you, or even distributing documentation can be a very important task. PDF’s may be the defacto default, but the solution can be expensive to create and thankfully, they aren’t the only game in town. This is one of the major reasons why apps like WinDJView. It’s a DJvu reader for Windows.
DjVu (pronounced “déjà vu”) is a digital document format similar to PDF with advanced compression technology and a high performance value. DjVu allows for the distribution via the Internet and on DVD of very high resolution images of scanned documents, digital documents, and photographs.
WinDJView reads these portable documents and is a fast, compact and powerful viewer with a tabbed interface, continuous scrolling and advanced printing options. It also supports Windows XP to Windows 8.x. If you need to pull parts out, the app will let you first search to find the passages you need but then highlight and copy what you need out.
WinDJView is a solid piece of software and the DJvu format is a great alternative to Adobe’s PDF format. The software has everything that you would want in a reader app, and I found it very easy to install and use. If you want to convert documents to DJvu format, you can do so for free at DJvu.org.