Image Compression for Dummies; Updated Software Now Accessible For Non-Experienced Users International software company updates their image compressor to version 2.0, making it easier to use by IT novices
News-Antique.com - Feb 26,2009 - Frankfurt, Germany – February 26th 2009: A simple image compression software is being made available to users this week, as a European compression software company launches the update of their image compressor - PicShrink. The program is now in version 2.0, which includes new features such as enhanced GUI and a new print resolution feature. These features make it easy to use by people with all levels of image compression knowledge.
Redesigned for version 2.0, the developers of PicShrink aimed to provide software for users looking to compress and resize digital images fast and effectively. As a result, those with home digital cameras are able to compress their bulky picture files into much more comfortable, compressed versions. The tool has also proved to be very popular among web designers and photographers, who have many images stored on their computers and photographers and want to protect their work with watermarking. PicShrink radically reduces work time by allowing users to batch resize, edit and convert a group of images with just a few clicks.
"PicShrink provides our users with advanced image editing solutions" says Sander Pieterse, CEO of TopByteLabs. "It doesn’t matter how much they know about all that digital image stuff. Now they can compress, edit and convert photos like a pro"
International computer software company TopByteLabs Ltd. is celebrating the release of their updated image compressor tool PicShrink this week. The new version 2.0 includes an enhanced image viewer and general improved efficiency due to better quality, to name just a couple of new features. As a result, the software is one of a kind, making it possible for users with very little experience and knowledge of image compression to enjoy the benefits of image compression .
TopByteLabs has grown to be an international company after being established in 2004 as a company specialising in Microsoft Windows compression software. Their offices in Germany and the UK have been working to update their current image compression software to version 2.0, as well as several other desktop tools such as the popular screenshot program "MagiCapture" and office compression program "PowerShrink".