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Is there a PS / DVI / PDF all-in-one viewer for Windows?

I thought GhostScript would be able to do this but I wasn't able to open DVI files. (Admittedly I have no understanding of these file formats.) But even trying to open a PostScript file with GhostScript, I can only seem to view the first page of any document. (Unless the files themselves are corrupt or of an odd format?)

Gratis preferred, but paid considered.

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You may try Evince. Unfortunately, I'm not sure about its capabilities when run on Windows. But it advertises itself as

a document viewer for multiple document formats. [...] Evince is specifically designed to support the file following formats: PDF, Postscript, djvu, tiff, dvi, XPS, SyncTex support with gedit, comics books (cbr,cbz,cb7 and cbt). For a comprehensive list of formats supported, see Supported Document Formats.

And someone created Windows binaries, albeit they seem to be little outdated.

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DVI is an intermediate format when creating postscript files from latex source. You might want to consider installation of a complete latex distribution like miktex (http://miktex.org/), which includes all necessary viewers (i.e. in particular Yap for viewing dvi files)

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