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Old November 15th 19, 09:41 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
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Default Windows Image Crop Toole

What is the name of the Windows XP image crop tool?
It does all kinds of simple image manipulations.
I only want this tool as I have used it before and want no other tool.

I cannot find it.

If it is not here, where can I download it ?
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Old November 15th 19, 10:11 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
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RecentlyOrLately wrote on 11/15/2019 1:41 PM:
What is the name of the Windows XP image crop tool?
It does all kinds of simple image manipulations.
I only want this tool as I have used it before and want no other tool.

I cannot find it.

If it is not here, where can I download it ?


Are you thinking of PAINT? It has a few photo manipulation and
conversions tools that include cropping. It's found in the START menu
under ACCESSORIES.
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Old November 15th 19, 10:18 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
RecentlyOrLately
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Not paint.

it is not a drawing too but an image manipulation tool : crop, rotate,
contrast, brightness etc.

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Old November 15th 19, 10:36 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
Paul in Houston TX[_2_]
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RecentlyOrLately wrote:
Not paint.

it is not a drawing too but an image manipulation tool : crop, rotate,
contrast, brightness etc.


Irfan.
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Old November 16th 19, 03:09 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
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On 15/11/2019 20:41, RecentlyOrLately nym-shifter pedo wrote:
What is the name of the Windows XP image crop tool?


It's now called Windows 10. I suggest search the internet to see how
many hits you get. Are you old enough to use Google or Bing search for
yourself? You seem to know a lot about nym-shifting but completely
clueless where to start about computer problems.

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Old November 16th 19, 06:38 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
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RecentlyOrLately wrote:
What is the name of the Windows XP image crop tool?
It does all kinds of simple image manipulations.
I only want this tool as I have used it before and want no other tool.

I cannot find it.

If it is not here, where can I download it ?


Notice, that the way you're asking this question, is
not "what is the best tool for the job", but rather,
"what is the most obscure reference you can find".

This is my contribution.

https://web.archive.org/web/20050129...powertoys.mspx

https://web.archive.org/web/20040605...ertoySetup.exe

ImageResizerPowertoySetup.exe 532,616 bytes
SHA256: 7CB6ED2812CB411B5AD4B9008A8AB6257AC48A9E704A593CBA 2793C93D0B4047

The description doesn't inspire confidence, as it
does "in-place" manipulation and ruins the original
photo file. It would be suited to people of a bygone
era, with 10MB hard drives.

Paul
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Old November 16th 19, 02:41 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
Ian Jackson[_4_]
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In message , Paul in Houston TX
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RecentlyOrLately wrote:
Not paint.

it is not a drawing too but an image manipulation tool : crop, rotate,
contrast, brightness etc.


Irfan.


Most imaging programs have their good points and lack others. It's
essentially 'horses for courses'. I've tried quite a few, and I normally
use extremely versatile and intuitive Faststone Image Viewer, and
sometimes XnView. [Both have portable versions.] I occasionally need to
use an old version of Paintshop Pro, because it's the only one I have
that lets you correct trapezoidal distortion. I rarely use an ancient
version of Photoshop - and I can't remember the last time I used Paint.
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Old November 16th 19, 07:56 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
George
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"RecentlyOrLately" wrote in
message ...
What is the name of the Windows XP image crop tool?
It does all kinds of simple image manipulations.
I only want this tool as I have used it before and want no other
tool.

I cannot find it.

If it is not here, where can I download it ?



Irfanview, an excellent tool:
https://www.irfanview.com/


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Old November 16th 19, 09:27 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
RecentlyOrLately
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Default Windows Image Crop Toole


Close but no cigar. Thanks for the effort.

I have uncovered that it is Microsoft Essentials that has this tool for
XP. Windows Live Photo Gallery.

Now I want to find it.

Looks like another newsgroup found it and it was Paul. Thanks for the link!

Irfanview is way TOO complex.



Paul wrote:
RecentlyOrLately wrote:
What is the name of the Windows XP image crop tool?
It does all kinds of simple image manipulations.
I only want this tool as I have used it before and want no other tool.

I cannot find it.

If it is not here, where can I download it ?


Notice, that the way you're asking this question, is
not "what is the best tool for the job", but rather,
"what is the most obscure reference you can find".

This is my contribution.

https://web.archive.org/web/20050129...powertoys.mspx



https://web.archive.org/web/20040605...ertoySetup.exe


Â*Â* ImageResizerPowertoySetup.exeÂ*Â* 532,616 bytes
Â*Â* SHA256:
7CB6ED2812CB411B5AD4B9008A8AB6257AC48A9E704A593CBA 2793C93D0B4047

The description doesn't inspire confidence, as it
does "in-place" manipulation and ruins the original
photo file. It would be suited to people of a bygone
era, with 10MB hard drives.

Â*Â* Paul


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Old November 16th 19, 10:24 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
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Default Windows Image Crop Toole

In message , RecentlyOrLately
writes:
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Irfanview is way TOO complex.

[]
For cropping - really?
In IrfanView:
1. Drag a rectangle to the crop you want.
(1a. Fine-drag its edges if you didn't position it correctly at 1.)
2. Ctrl-Y.
3. Save the result.

Can't see how it could get any _simpler_!

(Instead of steps 2 and 3, there's a "JPEG lossless crop"; IIRR it's
under Ctrl-J. The Ctrl-Y will serve most of the time.)
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