Ooohhh…Graphic Converter 7 revamps its interface!

I’ve been using Graphic Converter for more than a decade. The interface has not changed much and reminds me of OS 8.6 in some parts. However, it provides the basic functions I need for dealing with photos whilst keeping a small footprint and has the capacity of the rare, more demanding odd-jobs I need to do once in awhile.

Graphic Converter 7

Yesterday I received an email from Thorsten Lemke which said,

“Dear GraphicConverter user,

Many users have been asking us to produce a modern user interface for GraphicConverter for a while now. Here it is at last: GraphicConverter 7 comes with a completely new user interface. Four programmers spent a whole year redesigning the browser and all of the dialog boxes. Test GraphicConverter 7 and experience the intuitive operation for yourself.

New features in GraphicConverter 7
– New user interface (in Cocoa)
– Geodata is shown on a map
– New window for multiple conversion
– Stepless zooming of preview images in the browser
– Clearly organized preferences dialog
– Multiple processor support for more efficient work
– Various small improvements

Curious? Download GraphicConverter 7 now and try it yourself.


Thorsten Lemke
Lemke Software GmbH”

The upgrade is US$26 and a new copy is US$40 – link

Music video of “Discombobulate” composed by Hans Zimmer for Sherlock Holmes (2009)

Featuring soloists: Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe, Diego Stocco, Ann Marie Calhoun, Atli Örvarsson, Aleksey Igudesman Noah Sorota, Tina Guo, Davey Johnstone, Satnam S. Ramgotra, Ryeland Allison, Bob Badami, Robert Downey Jr, and Guy Ritchie