Calibre is a free and open source e-book library management application available. You can download from here which is available for all operating systems.
Adobe Digital Editions is also one of the e-book manager by Adobe. You can access it from here.
Alfa Ebooks Manager features a lot of templates and options for library vizualization. Besides, it allows ...
It is the leading ebook management tool. However, you should be aware when you do add a title into Calibre it will embed a bookmark file in the META-INF folder and will modify your .opf file. Other than that it is avaiable for all environments:
Calibre for Windows; 64-bit
Calibre for Mac
Linux; How to install on Ubunutu:
sudo add-apt-repository ...
You can try the good old ebook reader bundled with Calibre. It's a multiplatform software, so it's available for other systems too, not just for Windows. Besides being a great application (Calibre itself is the swiss army knife for all things related to ebooks), it's also free and open-source.
There is also EPUBReader, it's not a standalone program but a ...
I use a GUI version, that conforms to the standard. It checks all the same places, and the references.
All you would need to do is open the file and drag and drop the EPUB file, you can even verify multiple EPUBs by folder.
The download page at pagina has an English description below the German.
Downloads available for Windows, OSX and Linux.
First go to https://github.com/IDPF/epubcheck/releases and download the last version of EpubCheck as zip file. Unzip the folder.
Be sure that you have Java Runtime (1.5 or above) installed, if not go to http://www.java.com to donwload.
Check if the Path variable is set to the folder where java.exe was installed. If not, go to Control Panel -> System -> ...
PNG and DjVu are complementary formats as PNG is lossless and DjVu is lossy. DjVu's effectiveness in storing information is the result of using high quality compression and splitting a single image into multiple layers which essentially employ different compression algorithms.
As you indicate, you already know how to convert JPEG or PPM to DjVu, so the ...
Creating a simple e-book with MobiPocket Creator is relatively easy. The steps for doing this are as follows:
Grab the latest version from here: http://www.mobipocket.com/en/downloadsoft/DownloadCreator.asp
Complete the installation, paying particular attention to the page below where you are asked which edition you would like to use:
You will now have an ...
You can try IceCream Ebook Reader:
Meet Icecream Ebook Reader, one of the best free EPUB readers that transforms your computer screen into a convenient top-notch ebook reader. The tool enables you read ebooks in EPUB, MOBI, FB2, PDF and other popular formats. Manage your digital library on your PC or Windows-based laptop. This program also features the ...
If the EPUB is DRM free, you can upload it to your Google Play Books account. Then if you enable note syncing from the mobile app, it'll save the notes in a doc on your Google Drive and use that to sync them across devices. The notes will show up in the web reader too, and changes you make on the web will show up on your other devices. Google has ...
Kindle forum gave me the solution! Synch only works when in the softwares's "home screen". Now they are properly synched :D sad I must always do it manually, they should automatically synch with Kindle server whenever there's internet available.
The easier solution for this issue is to change the single quotes with double quotes. The have a different function under the DOS/Windows command prompt than under the common Linux shells.
djvused aaa.djvu -e "select 10; save-page-with b.djvu"
You can easily test the different workings of the single and double quotes by doing:
python -c "import sys; ...
There is AFAIK not such a utility that does exactly what you want but you can explode the file by repeatedly using the djvused utility:
djvused file.djvu -e "select <nr>; save-page-with <filename>"
where <nr> is the pagenumber and <filename> the output filename. I have a python utility that does this automatically for all the pages ...
I don't believe any reader 'fully' supports EPUB3, in part because the EPUB3 and its satellite specs (e.g. annotation, distributable objects, widgets) are so broad that it's not viable for any one reader to implement it all.
On Windows, your best options may be Adobe Digital Editions and Calibre. More detail below.
The Readium project is an open attempt to ...
I've too developed a GUI for epubcheck. It's licensed under the GNU AGPLv3 or any later version, written in Java, translated into English and German so far, and it is capable of searching directories recursively for EPUBs. See a demo video and the source code. There's also a precompiled download package available.
You could try Sumatra PDF; despite the name, this program can read various document formats, including ebooks (.epub and .mobi) and comic books (.cbz and .cbr). It's free and open source, and its main features are being a lightweight and portable program; I've tried it a couple of times, and I found it a bit too minimalistic (maybe this is a plus for you), ...
In Calibre, the Add books menu choice has several options. One is:
"Add books from directories, including sub-directories (Multiple books per directory, assumes every ebook file is a different book): Allows you to choose a directory. The directory and all its sub-directories are scanned recursively and any ebooks found are added to the library. calibre ...
If you use Windows 8 or 10, Nook is a really good choice.
Customize your reading experience to view books with different fonts, line spacing and themes, turn pages with the flick of a finger or jump to any page. The app even comes loaded with free book samples. And so you never lose your place, the NOOK app syncs the last page you've read across your ...
You may want to try ePub File Reader.
EPUB File Reader is a free EPUB files viewer, can help you to open and read ePub e-books and documents. The software interface consists of two parts, the left will show document chapter directory, the right is a browser to show document content. This software is easy to use very much, it is a freeware and completely ...
If you like good support of ePub3 and it’s advantages, give a chance to Azardi Reader or to Readium.
Well built reader with nice support of modern e-books’ features.
Supporting latest standards as far as possible. It is possible to install it in a form of Chrome plugin (or Vivaldi plugin).
The rest, like ADE, are, according to my ...
Having the same problem. After several attempts to resolved I contacted NordVPN support. The proposed solution:
Disable CyberSec feature in NordVPN application.
Connect to US servers 1324, 1702, 1703, 1707, 1709 1829 (Provided by support; timing issue on one. Note: Others were not the fastest speed.)
Enabled TCP protocol in NordVPN Advanced Settings ...
The Microsoft Edge Browser has support for epub built directly into the browser. Right click and "Open With.." if Edge is not your default browser. I found it works well with local epub files. Edge supports ePub
I believe you are wanting to read these Kindle books on your PC, right?
I use the fantastic and free application called Calibre Reader.
You can get it at:
It's very easy to intall and manage. Once you start it you can just tell it where your books are and it will import them all from the disk location.