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CDisplay is a very popular commercial comics browsing software developed for comic book lovers around the world. It comes with very simple and clear UI, no advertising, and support of almost all file formats that comics use. Sad to say, its original author (David Ayton) died in 2003. To continue his work, CDisplay Ex was born. It was totally rewrote by Prodigy Software Group, without CDisplay’s source code. Most importantly, it’s free for use.