File optimisation doesn’t necessarily stop with just the individual file you’re looking to shrink. Sometimes it’s possible to impart a greater level of compression by zipping a file after using our software to shrink it.
For as long as I can remember, customers have been asking for an option to compress their files and replace the original files with the reduced versions. With version 8 we finally committed to tackle this head on and try to design a solution that would give users the feature they wanted with as good a safety net as we could manage.
We’re always looking to make our solutions more accessible. After some brainstorming we’ve launched a new subscription model to expand our options and give greater flexibility.
We’ve crammed a lot of new capabilities into NXPowerLite Desktop for Windows 8, so we thought we’d start a series of posts highlighting these new features.
Here's a run through and demonstration of all the great new features available in the latest release of NXPowerLite Desktop. We've improved usability, expanded supported file types and upgraded our compression engine.
When you talk we listen, and typically we keep track of what our customers are asking us for over time and use this as the basis of a design for each new version.
The aim of the game is simple, below are some famous artists and bands made out of emojis, all you have to do is decipher the names.
WeCompress isn’t just a free online compression tool, it’s a way for us to continuously make improvements to our compression engine.
Hear how NXPowerLite Watched Folders is helping Atlanta Oral & Facial Surgery move to a paperless workplace & freeing up valuable storage space.
Last month we canvassed your opinion on features for NXPowerLite Desktop version 8. We had a great response so here’s an overview of the feedback we received.
NXPowerLite Desktop may be viewed as an end-user product but we’ve done a lot of work over the years to make it suitable for deployment across organisations.
We’re excited to launch the latest version of NXPowerLite for File Servers. We’ve been working hard to bring you a giant leap forward in speed and stability.
Recently I met with one of our partner's major clients and was really impressed with a web application they’d created to compress documents on demand using our SDK.
Video compression has been an ambition of ours since we started developing file compression software that has recently returned to the forefront of our minds.
Our latest Desktop update has a host of improvements, but the leap forward comes for users compressing scanned PDFs, specifically with a ‘Fujitsu fi-6110’.
Working closely with our customers while they evaluate our products is really important to us, it helps us make our process and products better.
In our last newsletter we ran a piece explaining the findings of market research we’d conducted with our customers on large PDFs created by document scanners.
Customers have approached us trying to shrink the oversized PDF files produced by their scanners. By ‘bending’ our technology we’ve produced some amazing results.
“First, do no harm” is a great phrase. You’ll most likely have heard it as part of the Hippocratic Oath, though its origin isn’t certain, the gist is - don’t be bad.
We’re always looking to solve problems that we hear from our customers and prospects, whether it’s improving a current product or creating one to fix a new problem.