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  • Submitted: May 28 2010 09:31 AM
  • Last Updated: Apr 19 2012 03:08 PM
  • File Size: 2.14MB
  • Views: 2694
  • Downloads: 133
  • Will Run On: XP/Vista/7
  • Author's Site: Developers Homepage
  • License: Info Not Available

Photo Magician

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Possibly the fastest freeware batch image / photo converter on the internet!.
  • Select the INPUT FOLDER where your images are stored
  • Select the PROFILE you want to use
  • Select the OPTIONS you wish to apply
Hey presto!! You can now process the images

Scanned & Checked: Apr 19 2012 03:08 PM

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Time to add a new category to freeware ... adware.
Even some opensource dev are bundling opencandy with their apps.

Is it any wonder that TPB is one of the most visited website on our planet?
Bala, yes I can share your frustrations - it is a part of the modern freeware these days to have some form of sponsorship or ad-ware included in software, though for us to single out OpenCandy I felt was a bit unfair given that OC themselves seem to be a responsible lot and do answer the awkward questions others would shy away from. The problem as I see it isn't that it's OC with the issue, it was some developers who chose to include OC without including that fact in their license agreement which started a whole debate on the net which OC got dragged into. That, and other issues have been dealt with and we probably have to give OC the opportunity to prove themselves. We all know other freeware that contains "add-on" software with the option to decline it, and we wouldn't ban that, so I can no longer justify banning OC for the same reasons.

We will be keeping an eye on things but for now read our post HERE and let me know what you think.

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