OT Easy Photo software and where to post

Bulborum Botanicum bulborum@gmail.com
Sun, 25 Nov 2012 01:34:23 PST
I love the Tiny pic option to send the resized picture to a new map
so I have all my resized pictures in the map Tiny pic on my desktop
never the problem to mix up my normal pictures
with the resized ones
and the quality from the pictures is fantastic
even 600 x 800

Once tried this free program (no pop ups or advertisements) you stay with it
just open program
drag and drop
and two seconds later ready to send

I use Dropbox but you have just a limited space


2012/11/25 Aad van Beek <avbeek1@hotmail.com>:
> Most of the time I'm also using IrfanView. Besides resizing it is also very useful for capturing screenshots.
> Because I'm using a lot of different windows pc's, I don't install IrfanView on every pc separately but rather as a portable app on a USB.
> A portable version of IrfanView can be downloaded from http://portableapps.com/ If you install multiple portable apps the portable apps manager is recommended.
> Now that I have bought an Ipad I have to figure out if it can be used there also.
> Other options to share photo's are Skydrive and Dropbox
> Aad
>> From: bulborum@gmail.com
>> I use Tiny pic for resizing
>> Picasa , photobucket and Flikr are good to show pictures
>>> 2012/11/25 Shmuel Silinsky <gardenbetter@gmail.com>:
>> > I highly recommend Irfan Viewer. It is a small, free, very easy to use
>> > program and makes resizing a photo incredibly easy.
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