Perform Batch Conversion Of Picture Images Using ArtResize

Perform Batch Conversion Of Picture Images Using ArtResize

There might be number of occasions when you have to share picture images with your friends on social networking sites like Facebook, Orkut etc. When it comes to uploading images on web, sometimes there is a size limit which might force you to resize your images. In such cases, ArtResize turns out to be quite handy.

ArtResize offers batch conversion and delivers excellent images at the right resolution within the maximum size limit. Therefore, if you have 100 images to be resized, you don’t need to resize/ convert them individually, one by one. You may choose a preferred format and size and convert all the images together in a batch.

You need to download ArtResize and install it. Once it is installed, launch it and click on the option “Add Images” (you may alternatively use the shortcut “Ctrl + D”). Browse and locate the picture images that you wish to convert.


Within the right window panel, you will see some options that you can configure. The options include Resize resolution, Output destination folder and Conversion format (PNG, TIFF, JPG, BMP etc.). The output resolution will be set to 640 X 480 by default which fits well with most websites including Facebook.

The main advantage of this free utility is that you may choose to convert any number of images and ArtResize will do the conversion efficiently as per your settings. You may also rename the images by just ticking the rename option. ArtResize will rename all the images within the batch in a sequential increasing order. You may download ArtResize for free by going to

How To Launch All My Favorite Programs From Single Batch File Shortcut

Launch multiple programs with single shortcut on your computer

Nowadays the use of computer has been increased a lot. Almost anybody and everyday uses computer for small or big works. We need to open all the programs by double clicking on each of the shortcuts one after another. This takes some time to finally start working but now you can open multiple programs with just one click. Yes this true and works just fine. Let us see what the trick is:

  • First you have to open notepad. Click on Start, then click on All programs, then Accessories and finally double click on Notepad.
  • In the notepad you have to type or copy paste the target path of the files that you want to collaborate. Always make sure that the paths are mentioned in new line for new programs. Paths of two programs should not be in same line, always press enter after each program path is typed.
  • Prior to the paths write Start “”. Always leave a space between start and “”, then again a small space and then type the path of the program.
  • If you are not sure about the path then do copy paste job. Right click on the shortcut of the program, click on properties to open and then click on target path and just select it and copy it. Then paste it in notepad.
  • Syntax: start “” “target path of the program”. Example: Start “” “D:\Need-For-Speed-Underground\nfsug.exe”
  • Save the notepad with any name that you like but make sure the extension is .bat. Example: launcher.bat. If you don’t make the extension as .bat then it won’t work at all.
  • Your works is done and go to the saved file and just double click on the .bat file. All the programs will run automatically.