ToolTip: Adding your AD stored picture to your profile picture with ADUserTile

Back in august 2011 I wrote about a utility called AD Photo Edit which allows you to upload your personal picture into Active Directory. Today I want to share with you another utility I came across called ADUserTile. ADUserTile checks if you have a picture stored within the Active Directory thumbnailPhoto attribute and sets that picture as your profile picture within Windows 7 so it becomes visible at the logon screen and the Windows Desktop. Read More …

ASCII Stuff

I recently got some scripts that were nicely written, meaning well formatted, documented and structured. What I liked most was the clearly visible separation of the main code and the subroutines. The code blocks were separated by ASCII Code based letters as shown on the picture below. If you go to http://www.network-science.de/ascii/ you can create your own text using the ASCII Generator. Now that we speak about ASCII, during my little search on the web Read More …

ToolTip – Another Picture Resizer

I blogged earlier about Image resizer utilities, but just found another one worth mentioning. Image Resizer Powertoy Clone for Windows is as its name says a clone of the Windows XP Image Resizer Powertoy that runs on Windows Vista as well, in both 32 and 64 bit version. Once installed the utility adds an entry into the file context menu “Resize Pictures”. Enjoy

ToolTip – Image Resizer

Just surfing a bit on the Internet, i get a Skype call from our friends who live in Perth Australia and asking me how to reduce the size of pictures before sending them via e-mail. If you have Microsoft Office 2007 installed, images can be easily resized using the build-in export function.   An easy to read step by step guide for Microsoft Office Picture Manager can be found on the Towson University site. Another Read More …