Most of the images I use on this website are PNGs (Portable Network Graphics.) The reason I use them is because they are lossless and look great when they are transparent. Most modern browsers support transparent PNGs and they can help make a website look great. However, when you create a PNG in MS Paint, Photoshop, etc. you may find they’re a lot larger in size than JPG of GIF files. In this guide you’ll learn how to compress the files from the right-click context menu in Vista.
Download PNG Crush Here
1. Download and install PNG crush
2. Extract pngcrush.exe to C:\Program Files\PNG Crush (if you choose another location, you will need to modify the registry key)
3. Download this registry key (64bit version) and install it to your registry.
4. Now right click on any PNG file and select PNGcrush. You can compress many files at once if you like. All compressed files will be put in a folder named Crushed within the directory that your PNG files are in.
PNG Crush in Action
File Size Before Compression
File Size After Compression
Download PNG Crush Here (Get pngcrush-*.*.*-win32.zip)
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