Bariloche, Argentina (PRWEB) May 17, 2006
Many people don't know how to resize their photos and send emails with huge attachments. When was the last time you received a friend's email that took 10 minutes to open, only to find just a few photos? You can now get the new, and free, Shrink Pic to solve this problem. Shrink Pic guarantees that you can easily and safely resize your digital photos and send them to your friends.
Shrink Pic is much easier and more convenient to use than the free photo software that comes on most computers. You don't have to read any instructions to use Shrink Pic. Just install the program and that's it!
Shrink Pic runs in the background and detects when you send large photo files. Then, the software creates a temporary copy, resizes it, and sends it instead--all of that on-the-fly. It automatically resizes photos sent as email attachments, uploaded to web-mail or sent by Instant Messengers.
So, next time you receive a nice healthy email packed with huge digital photos, refer your friends to Shrink Pic. The next email you receive will be much smaller. Even if your friends are complete technophobic, they would have no problems using Shrink Pic – there's really nothing to it. Just download and install. The rest happens automatically when they send photos.
Shrink Pic is also an effective solutions for Internet Cafes, where many computers share the same connection. Simply, install Shrink Pic and forget about upload bandwidth problems. Shrink Pic will automatically resize photos being sent from Hotmail, Gmail or any other webmail. Instead of sending Megabytes of photos, each resized photo takes 50-150Kbyte.
Shrink Pic runs under Windows 2000/XP and is completely free. You can download it from the following website: http://www.onthegosoft.com
For more information, contact OnTheGoSoft 167 Lago Moreno, Bariloche, Argentina (+54)-2944-462521, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
OnTheGoSoft produces software for digital photos, delivering targeted applications for home users and professional photographers.