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I hope you had a great summer vacation. We sure did and are trying squeeze in a mini-vacation before the summer is officially over after the Labour Day long weekend. Now that your summer vacation is over you want to … Continue reading
I was inspired to get Mini-Compressor to UWP into the Windows 10 Store a while back this summer. I saw this video several months ago when it was called Project Centennial: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2015/2-692 Then a couple weeks ago there was a … Continue reading
Update: The below issue has been fixed in Mini-Compressor version 1.6.1 which can be found on our Download page. Thank you for your patience. We have confirmed an error when installing Mini-Compressor. If you get one of the errors below, or something … Continue reading
Spring has sprung in the Saturday MP basement! We planted some seeds in the late winter, and look what’s sprung! Version 1.4 of Mini-Compressor! Get it while it’s fresh. Here are some of the features we’re especially proud of: An intelligent … Continue reading
“W” was the letter of the week in Darling Daughter’s class a few weeks ago. You know what I wished? That Mini-Compressor would compress the wascally weeds in our Behemoth Garden. Right-click on behemoth weeds and voila… smaller weed no … 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
My notes on upgrading Mini-Compressor from .NET 3.5 to .NET 4.0 (Visual Studio 2008 to 2010) and also upgrading NUnit and NAnt. 1) Run the automated VS 2010 upgrade process. Appears that there are no error but appearances can be … Continue reading