Free FILEminimizer Pictures! (24 hours only so hurry.)

FILEminimizer Pictures is a software that allows you to compress your image files “by up to 98%.” If you want more detailed information on the software, please read the full review I wrote on FILEminimizer Pictures.

For a limited time – this promotion will only last for 24 hours – users can get FILEminimizer Pictures v2.0 (the latest version) for free! To get FILEminimizer Pictures for free, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: v2.0

Free updates: Unknown

Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7

  • Fill out the registration page. If you don’t understand German, here is a rough English translation:

Take note of a few things while filling out the registration page:

  • You are only required to enter your name and e-mail address – everything else is optional.
  • By default the registration page will have the “I want updates/news via e-mail” option checked. You do not need to subscribe to Balesio’s e-mail newletters in order to take advantage of this offer. So if you don’t want to subscribe, uncheck that checkbox.
  • This freebie is for personal use only. Companies, governments, schools, etc. need to purchase a commercial license.

You will get a confirmation message if you have successfully requested a license:

  • Check the inbox of the e-mail you registered with. There should be an e-mail from “balesio Team <sales@balesio.com>” with the subject of “FILEminimizer Pictures 2.0 – CHIP Vollversion Personal Edition”. In the e-mail you will find a download link, and your registration information:

  • Download and install FILEminimizer Pictures. (The program will be in English.)
  • After installation, run FILEminimizer Pictures and register it with the registration information you received in the e-mail:

NOTE: “Seriennummer” = “Serial Number”, “Feld 1″ = “Field #1″, and “Feld 2″ = “Field #2″.

  • Enjoy!

If you have any trouble getting FILEminimizer Pictures for free, post below and I will try to help.

Thanks Murphy!

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19 comments

  1. Madhu Kumar

    @3K3:
    I tried to download the Portable Version, but I got the message “This file is currently set to private. ” 

    Please make it ‘Public’ and post here or send it to madhukk[at]gawab.com
    ——–
    Ashraf ,
    You are doing a GREAT Job.
    Thanks very much for your Generous Efforts.

  2. tekknokat

    I just want to see what the time stamp says when I post.  Thank You, I missed this, but there will be other opportunities. There is the time zones we use here in the U.S. and worldwide to tell time, then there is Greenwich Mean Time I don’t understand, and Internet Standard Time, and then UTC another time measure, so I think Googling time zone standard conversions might help me to figure those all out.

    I really appreciate the opportunities of the site here, and the free software by the way, Ashraf. Thank you, I read your reviews at GOTD and then started visiting the forum here and registered, thank you.

  3. George Clarke

    @Jaap: Yes thank you Jaap I am very aware of the time zones, being a retired navigator.  I was also awareof the time passing and had already submitted my fourth application.  Disappointing, but there will be other times and applications.

  4. Jaap

    @George Clarke: I recieved an e-mail from Balesio within 1 minute after registering.
    You have now only 2 hours and 15 minutes left for registering: until april 26, 14:00 hours. Time zone: GMT +01:00 (= time zone Amsterdam, Berlin etc.)
    Greetings, Jaap (from Holland)

  5. George Clarke

    Have made third attempt about half an hour back and still no reply.  Yes by all means it is thanks to Ashraf for finding and publishing these great bargains.  It is still a puzzle on why one gets through and another does not.

  6. George Clarke

    Sorry to say that there is no response after one hour to my registration attempt.  Have sent a second request with slight change to details on form such as reversing first and second names to make it more acceptable.  perhaps there is an exceptional take up for a chance at this very useful tool

  7. Old Prop

    Thanks for another winner, Ashraf (and Murphy). Very handy for quick and easy minimization of images for e-mailing. Thanks, too, for the walkthrough on the German-language procedures.

  8. OldElmerFudd

    @erick: File size only partly affects the “look” of a print. Modern printers can produce excellent prints with a 200k file. Any concerns about minimizing/restoring can be addressed by working with a duplicate file instead of the original.

  9. davidroper

    I just tried it and shrunk a Jpg picture of my grand daughter from 5.02 MB to 200k.  Using default settings.   That’s a ratio of 50 to 2. Or as my grandson would say “Pop, that’s actually 25 to 1 ”
    Incredible.  Picture looks good to me.  Can’t tell any difference.
    I, too, appreciated the German translation.  Thanks.