Picture downloader/manager for the newsgroups.
Superfast download manager that can download and auto-extract more than 100 images per minute.
Supports any JPG or JPEG image format.
Supports JPG images of any size.
Supports images that are already compressed, such as with GIF, JPEG and PNG.
Allows to keep image quality for all images.
Supports multi-threading, you can have multiple downloads going at the same time, and you can pause them at any time.
Supports ZIP files (and DLLs).
Supports images of many formats, such as GIF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, EMF, WMF and many more.
Can use Windows’ built-in support for ZIP archives to extract images from ZIP files.
Automatically converts your images to the correct size for the desired format.
Allows you to download many images at once.
Supports saving any web-browser’s cookies and auto-downloads images using them.
Can download images from newsgroups that have been blocked by news readers.
Backed by a 30-day money back guarantee.
JpegJet User Reviews:
Sure its very effective to download such huge numbers of images. Its user-friendly, almost no download limit and especially its file size download manager is still the best for me till now. Well done.
JpegJet keeps a high memory limit for it’s operation, yet it doesn’t crash, so it is a very efficient download manager, as well as one of the first in this area to offer gzip compression, which is a boon to anyone with slower connections.
JpegJet is another great product for downloading photos. Compared to other programs I’ve tried before, JpegJet has a number of advantages:
-No caps on the size of a download.
-It can download photos even when they are already compressed.
-If you hit a newsgroup that is blocked, it will download the newsgroup’s TOP 100 images in just a couple of minutes.
-It’s really easy to use.
-It has a good feature set.
I will be using JpegJet for the rest of my life.
JpegJet is great software that I purchased to download images and share them with my friends. What more can I say? I just wish that there was a way to save these eea19f52d2
Easy to use program designed for converting Microsoft Word documents into PDF filetypes.
Integrated into Microsoft Word, so the program can be used from within this suite.
A new tab has been added to Word’s toolbar, called “Create PDF”, which can be accessed at any time to generate a PDF document.
Examine the PDF quality by comparing it with the original Word file.
Supports Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10, and creates a native PDF document.
The program doesn’t require a lot of system resources to perform conversion tasks.
Cannot be used separately from Microsoft Word.
No configuration settings for output PDF files.
November 18, 2012
Quick Word to PDF 4.5.1 – CHM & PDF Converter for Windows
Quick Word to PDF is a straightforward tool designed to convert Microsoft Word documents into PDF filetypes, whether we’re talking about DOC, DOCX or DOCM-formatted files. It doesn’t include complex options or customization settings, making it accessible even to less experienced users.
Installer and Word integration
The setup procedure doesn’t take long. However, it offers to restart the computer to finalize installation. This can be canceled.
Quick Word to PDF gets integrated into Microsoft Word, so you must have this tool from the Microsoft Office suite installed. It creates a new tab in Word’s toolbar, called “Create PDF”, which you can access anytime you want to generate a PDF document from the current file.
Easily create PDF documents
All you have to do is specify the saving directory for the new PDF. Moreover, the app can be asked to open the PDF file on task completion, so that you can examine quality by comparing it with the Word doc.
It aims to retain the format of text, layout, tables and graphical elements. Plus, it features a batch conversion mode, thus permitting you to generate multiple PDFs from multiple Word files at the same time. PDF/A format is supported.
Evaluation and conclusion
Conversion tasks were performed fast in our tests, during which the program remained light on system resources consumption, thanks to the fact that it required low CPU and RAM to work properly. No error dialogs popped up and the utility didn’t freeze or crash.
On the other hand, it hasn’t received updates for a long time,