If you’re looking for a way to speed up your browser, one method you might want to consider is disabling images. This article explains how and why to do it.
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There hasn’t been a way to access or upload images to Flickr from Ubuntu until now thanks to Frogr, a Flickr upload app for the GNOME desktop environment.
Nautilus-copypaste-images is a plugin that lets you copy an image file in Nautilus and directly paste it as an image to an image editor like Gimp. Here’s how it works
Did you know that you can use the built-in Automator app on your Mac to create a service to resize images to specified values? Resized images are available instantly!
GUI-fans will be happy to know that image editing can be performed through the command line. Convert is a tool that can convert images and more on Linux.
Want to decrease the size and/or file size of your images? This tutorial will show you how to resize and optimise images using GIMP.
If you use the Photo Booth app for Mac, you’ve probably noticed pictures are saved to a secret place, making it hard to access the images. Here’s a solution.
If you have images that do not have location data embedded, here’s how you can add a location to an image in Mac.
If you’ve enabled the Spotlight feature in Windows ant want to download and save your favorite Spotlight images to your computer, here’s how to do that.
One way to speed up the loading time of pages is to disable the auto loading of images. Here’s how you can do it in Chrome and Firefox.
Looking for a way to extract embedded images from pdf files in Ubuntu? PDFImages is a tool that makes image extraction from PDF files a cakewalk. Check it out.
Ever wished that you could download all images from Web pages at once? In this article we show you a simple three-part Automator script on Mac that does that.
If you want to join images either vertically or horizontally, you can use the built-in Preview app on your Mac to do so. Here’s how it’s done.
If you want to resize multiple images in one go on your Mac, you can do so using the built-in Preview app. Here’s how it’s done.
When sharing images on the Internet, you may want to remove EXIF data (or metadata) for privacy and security reasons. Here’s how to do that on a Mac.
If you use the Pages app on a Mac, you probably know that you can’t directly extract an image from a document. These workarounds will allow you to do that.
The iPhoto app automatically launches each time you connect your iPhone or a media device to your Mac. Here’s how to stop it from automatically launching.