Digital photography is more popular than ever, but pictures straight out of your camera are often large files that take a long time to download via the Internet, particularly with a dial-up connection. Interactive JPEG Optimizer lets you trim the fat from your image files, and compare them side-by-side. In many cases reducing filesize with barely noticable reduction in quality. It allows you to work on batches of images, visually showing you the results of compression and allowing you to tweak brightness, color and contrast. It keeps you informed of how much you have shrunk the file size, and how long it would take to download on a standard modem. :image16:Download here:http://www.photo-freeware.net/interactive-jpeg-optimizer.php I make use of this free software and my images looks better and cooler on the web. You should try this and it's for free!!:image28: Thanks, Inzalo "Keep your feet on the ground and reach for the stars"