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A small program designed to automatically resize photo images.  When you run the program,  it automatically pulls all the images in the current folder
it automatically pulls all the images in the current folder and reduces all 'JPG' images to the specified value (in pixels). In addition, you 
can specify the quality of the results JPG files (0-100) and interpolation type, used in JPG encoding, which also influnce image quality and program speed.
Program reports on the progress of work, saves the result in a new folder named 'resized'. Aistra goes completely free of charge, and it's only 30KB, but a Microsoft .NET framework is required.
Aistra can be freely distributed over the Internet in an unchanged form. Software comes without any guarantee. If you missed some features, you can order an update

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