ThumbsPlus Pro 10 SP2 Build 4014 + Keygen-TEAM MESMERiZE 51.68 MB
ThumbsPlus is a highly customizable image database with thumbnails and batch editing. ThumbsPlus is the most effective and elegant application to thumbnail, organize, locate, view, edit, and print your images, metafiles, movies and fonts.
ThumbsPlus Pro is a complex software tool developed specifically to help individuals view and easily navigate through all photos on your computer, as well as edit them and their metadata, and assign keywords. Version 9 includes access to Facebook photos (your albums and friends’ albums), enhancements to Python scripting support, improved image metadata (XMP, EXIF and IPTC) handling, improved client/server database compatibility, performance improvements, and more.
ThumbsPlus is a highly customizable image database with thumbnails and batch editing. It makes it easy to catalog, organize, locate and maintain all of your graphics, multimedia and font files. It runs on Windows XP, 2003, 2008, Vista and Windows 7 and 8. Both 32 and 64-bit operating systems versions are supported.
Cluttered, yet modern UI
The installation process does not last long and does not bring any kind of surprises. Once you wrap it up, you are greeted by a modern and a bit cluttered interface. It consists of a menu bar, several shortcut buttons, and a few panels to let you preview images, display a folder structure, thumbnails and metadata. However, both power and novice users can still find their way around it, as there are also some extensive Help contents you can read when you reach a dead end.
Manage, edit and convert photos
This software tool enables you to upload TPDB8S and MDB databases, and you can also browse the contents of your hard drive, with the help of the built-in tree view. Moreover, you can perform managing actions such as moving or copying items to another location on the hard drive, renaming several of them at a time, assigning them keywords or tags, go to containing directory, copy file name, keywords, thumbnails and image to the Clipboard, e-mail, print or delete them.
When it comes to editing, you can adjust colors, their depth and balance levels, you can invert colors, view histograms, insert stamps and watermarks, photos can be resized, cropped and rotated. Pictures can be acquired from a scanner or camera, in one of the formats supported (BMP, GIF, ICO, JPG, PCX, PNG, RAW, TGA, TIF, WMF etc.) and in a custom location on the hard. Moreover, you can use a search function, view items as a slideshow and quickly convert files from one format to another.
Thumbsplus For Windows 10
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Thumbsplus For Windows 10
Assuming you have a relatively new CPU (ca. 2009 or newer) and the appropriate amount of RAM for your workload (generally at least 2GB), an SSD is likely the best way to obtain immediate performance improvement for your system in general and ThumbPlus in particular.
I recommend modern SSDs (from 2012 or later), as many of the earlier SSDs had poor write performance, limited lifetime, and rapid performance degradation with a heavy disk write volume. Make sure the SSD you purchase has wear-leveling and implements TRIM. I've bought most of mine from newegg.com. Read the reviews to find the best value.
Here are some hints for the best utilization of SSDs:
Make the SSD your Windows boot disk for immediate performance improvements in booting, starting programs, disk accesses, database accesses, and just about everything you do.
Install ThumbsPlus on the SSD to improve program startup speed.
Create or copy your ThumbsPlus database to the SSD. Especially for a large database, this will improve the performance for thumbnail creation (Thumbnail · Make... and Thumbnail · Scan...), loading folders and thumbnails from the database, finding thumbnails (Edit · Find), and processing batches of thumbnails; for example, assigning keywords (Thumbnail · Keywords), setting user fields (Thumbnail · Assign user fields) and modifying file info (Thumbnail · Modify file info).
Even if you are accessing the thumbnail database over a network connection (whether the built-in .tpdb8 or client/server), you'll see improvement from an SSD as long as your network is relatively fast and not over-saturated.
For client/server databases with full recovery logging, you'll get the most improvement by placing the database itself on SSD. The log file should be on a separate disk, but it can be on a fast HD since it is written sequentially. It's best to preallocate the full log file size to avoid repeated log file extending and fragmenting.
For client/server database with simple logging, both the log and database can be on the same SSD because simple logging does not use the log the same way as full recovery logging.. See the Client/Server Databases page for additional information about logging and recovery models.
- Large images and movies can remain on HD. Sequential access to large files is not improved as much by using an SSD, because disk seeking is much lest frequent. Be sure to defragment your hard disks regularly!