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    resizing photos using windows

    There was a thread on the other board regarding an excellent and easy to use way of resizing a whole folder of photos in one go. Can someone point me in the right direction as to the windows download I need.

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    Re: resizing photos using windows

    Think this is the one you mean.

    Image Resizer Powertoy for Windows XP
    http://download.cnet.com/Image-Resiz...-10905400.html

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    Re: resizing photos using windows

    ^ SirGez will no doubt still be running Win98 or earlier
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    Re: resizing photos using windows

    Quote Originally Posted by dawsey View Post
    ^ SirGez will no doubt still be running Win98 or earlier
    Times have changed Inspector , I bought a legitimate copy of Windows 7 home premium. Unfortunately my Hd crashed so I have inherited the computer from the guy that lived nextdoor (RIP). I'm not sure what it is running on, but it didn't like Mike's or LIL's links. I may well get a techie nerd geek type to take the best bits off both computers and buy a new SSD and mash it all in to 1 great computer.

    Ah, brainstorm. I've got a laptop that might have more up to date user system windows thingy on it. Will try the downloads there.

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    Re: resizing photos using windows

    Quote Originally Posted by Sirgezza View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dawsey View Post
    ^ SirGez will no doubt still be running Win98 or earlier
    Times have changed Inspector , I bought a legitimate copy of Windows 7 home premium. Unfortunately my Hd crashed so I have inherited the computer from the guy that lived nextdoor (RIP). I'm not sure what it is running on, but it didn't like Mike's or LIL's links. I may well get a techie nerd geek type to take the best bits off both computers and buy a new SSD and mash it all in to 1 great computer.

    Ah, brainstorm. I've got a laptop that might have more up to date user system windows thingy on it. Will try the downloads there.
    "Inherited" huh? That's a new one.555

    To find which operating system it has, try Start > (My) Computer> System Properties.
    Sounds like it's pre XP to me which isn't much good.

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    Re: resizing photos using windows

    The old guy popped his clogs and I'm helping a neighbour (the executor) sort things out. Being as though my computer HD also died (RIP) she gave me his old computer. Surprisingly it is running Windows 7 ultimate. I will reboot and see if Seftons link works.

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    Re: resizing photos using windows

    So.. You have your win 3.11 floppys to hand ??

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