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Today, July 28th, 2023, is System Administrator Appreciation Day. A day I didn’t know existed until now but has been around since 2000. It was during one of my first paid technical positions that I realized that sys admins, and … Continue reading
Some notes so I remember how to fix this problem if it happens again and I don’t waste a bunch of time figuring it out right before a customer production release. Not a great start to my day. This issue … Continue reading
We’ve recently had some inquiries regarding Mini-Compressor on Windows 10. More specifically, customers who have been using it without problems, and are now experiencing trouble after upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 7 or 8. We hope this will help … Continue reading
Hello everyone! You must have thought we’ve dropped off the face of the earth, with our last real post being from September… We’re still around. Mini-Compressor is still alive and well. Chris has been working away on a secret project … Continue reading
Yesterday, September 28, we physically relocated our website in cyberspace. My apologies if you had trouble viewing the website yesterday during the move. We ran into some trouble with setting up our forwarding address and some people got sent to … Continue reading
A while ago I got an e-mail from a customer that had just bought Mini-Compressor (which I think is the best image compression software in the world but I’m a bit biased) but was getting warning from Norton when he … Continue reading