Fotosizer is a free batch photo/image resizer tool. It lets you resize hundreds of photos in a matter of minutes in a quick and easy way.
JPEG files (photos) from digital cameras, taken at high resolutions are large to send over the Internet, with some photos ending up at 5 mega bytes. Uploading one photo to a photo sharing website is fine, but 10, 20, or even more, this can take a long time.
With Fotosizer, you can shrink JPEG image files, along with other supported formats, and dramatically reduce internet transfer times.
Fotosizer lets you resize in 3 easy steps, allowing you to choose the photos you want to resize, the dimensions, and where you want to save the new photos.
You can find the Screenshot option on the Insert tab. When clicking the button, you’ll get a gallery of screens of all running applications which aren’t in a minimized state. Clicking any of these screens will insert a full image of that application.
If you only want to insert a section of your screen, you can select the option Screen Clipping. The current message will automatically minimize so you’ll have a clear view of the underlying windows to make your clipping from.
If the inserted screenshot shows too much of the screen, you can crop it until it only shows the part that you want. To enable the Crop feature;
- Select the image,
- Select the Format tab
- Click on the top part of the Crop button.
Once cropping is enabled, you can drag the center edges and corners of the inserted screenshot to remove those parts of the screenshot.
If you have ever plugged in an old drive and the disk management said it was an invalid disk. Then this may help.
- Download HxD its a free Hex editor.
- Install and open the problem disk by clicking “Extras” then “Open Disk”
- Make sure you open the right disk! your disk management will list your disks starting with 0, this tool will start with 1
- Also, the default option is to open the disk read only, your going to want to uncheck that when your ready to fix your “Invalid disk”.
- Scroll down to offset 1C0(the row) and look in the 02 column. that cell should read “42″ which means Dynamic disk, Change it to “07″ and save changes.
- If your using an external drive unplug it and plug it back in otherwise reboot your computer.
- That should have re initialized the disk and it will now be readable.
- If not go into disk management and take the disk offline then bring it back online.
Doing this will result in No Data Loss!