|You must have a TIFF viewer installed to view a TIFF file|
You must have an application that will display tiff images for this to work.
Windows Users: You should already have this software installed in Windows 95/98/NT/2K/XP. Please click on Start, Programs, Accessories. Check to see if you have Imaging on the list. If so the viewer is already installed.
Once you have a TIFF viewer, you can set your browser to automatically launch your application by setting up a helper application in your browser. Or the images will have to be downloaded to your machine and double-clicked from Windows Explorer to display.
If you have Quicktime installed, you will have to disable or uninstall the Quicktime plugin for TIFF's. QuickTime does indeed support the TIFF file format. However QuickTime does not support compression formats used in TIFFs. Look at the QuickTime troubleshooting pages on Apple's web site. Note that this issue may be resolved with an upgrade to your QuickTime software if you are using an older version. Again, please consult the Apple web site for assistance.
Printing or Viewing a TIFF picture with Quicktime installed.
Viewing a TIFF picture in IE