CodeWonders Image converter is proud to present a new utility to manage, convert and resize images for Windows XP, Vista and Windows Seven. CodeWonders Image Converter also supports multiple languages thanks to the build in language manager
Apr 20, 2012 12:43:33
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: CodeWonders Image converter is proud to present a new utility to manage, convert and resize images for Windows XP, Vista and Windows Seven. CodeWonders Image Converter also supports multiple languages thanks to the build in language manager which allows the user to select or even add he's preferred language. CodeWonders Image Converter is an user friendly easy to use tool, which allows the user to convert and resize images to mostly all populair formats. It also allows the user to create for an example large image and thumbnail galleries witch can be used for example on your social network profile or for your own website(s) or other personal image galleries. CodeWonders Image Converter supports mostly all popular image format's like .png .bmp .jpeg .tiff .gif and also supports icon conversions witch can be quite useful for developers and artist's
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