Version:1.0 build 2519
Date Added:Apr. 14, 2010
Downloads Last Week:2
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it install ok, and gives you the option to decline the bundeled games.
It does not work at all. It is suposed to add 2 options to the right click menue of a picture or selection of pictures. It does not. nothing was added even after a reboot. The progam does have an aplication, but this does not work either. it just sits there scannin the folder containing 4 pictures and throws an error when you click continue.
total crap. dont install it.
Easy installation. Easy usage. I like the way it will put the resized images into a self-created folder named, oddly enough, "Resized", in the same folder as the original images. The "Hand Mirror" tool is good for resizing an entire folder - for example, a folder of over 800 high resolution images can be resized - the images, not the folder - in about 55 seconds. That is reducing from an average image size of 8 mbytes to 80 kbytes. Very nice.
None. It does exactly what I need it to do.
Right-click menu access, defaults to creating a new folder with the resized images right along with your originals.
Missing the ability to add new custom sizes to the right-click menu such as 1280, 1920, etc.
Great for free, without question!
Perfect tool. I've used on Windows XP, Vista, and 7. The cnet version is for 32-bit, and doesn't work for 64-bit Win7. See bottom-line summary below for link to free 64-bit version:
cnet only provides 32-bit version. 64-bit is also free; link below
Go here to get free 64-bit version!
none not one
no context menu
doesn't do anything
seems to have installed a tool called "Hand Mirror (Resize entire folders)"
don't have a context menu
useless, and makes me wonder if this is what is advertised
Reply by DanoNH on August 16, 2011
Sounds like you got some other software, not the Prish Resizer.
Does exactly what it says it does, quickly and efficiently.
A few more options for resizing would be nice...
This program adds functionality that SHOULD HAVE BEEN included with Windows XP and Windows 7.
Installs in seconds, and then appears in the dialog box when any photo is right-clicked - no need to open another program or window to make it work. It's almost exactly like the Windows XP "Powertoy" that so many of us used, but it also works in W7.
Thanks to the developer for answering the question that Microsoft refuses even to hear!
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|Publisher web site||http://prishcom.spaces.live.com/|
|Release Date||April 14, 2010|
|Date Added||April 14, 2010|
|Version||1.0 build 2519|
|Category||Digital Photo Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows XP/Vista/7|
|Downloads Last Week||2|