Antony Croft has released a new version of his WHS Thumbnailer add-in for Windows Home Server.
What is WHS Thumbnailer you might ask?
WHS Thumbnailer is a clever thumbnail generator for Windows Home Server created by Antony Croft.
Do you have a lot large photos on your Windows Home Server which are difficult to manage and that take too long to share with your friends and family? Are you a professional photographer and want to sell your photos from your website? Photos and graphics use a lot of server space. This can make Web pages load a lot slower. One option you have is to use thumbnails of your pictures instead. Meet WHS Thumbnailer which makes the creation of image thumbnails a breeze to manage and automate. A thumbnail is a smaller version of the same picture.
What’s New in Version 126.96.36.199:
- Fixed a cosmetic bug on the ‘Watched folders’ dialog
- Thumbnail generation is now skipped for files whose dimensions are smaller then the thumbnail dimensions (thanks Dirk!)
- Fixed a bug where thumbnail generation could not be paused
- Fixed a bug where grid would flicker while updating
- Internal WCF improvements
You can download it by clicking here: Download
Have you used it? What do you think of it? Let us know.
Thanks to HomeServerLand for the info.