Resize images from inside Windows Explorer with this free utility
I resize images on a regular basis and until now its been somewhat tedious.
While I was searching for a program that would sort images by their resolution I found this little gem of a program that resizes images in Windows Explorer (not Internet Explorer) using a mere right click.
Image Resizer Powertoy Clone is super easy to use; open Windows Explorer, find an image you want to resize, right click on the image, choose "Resize Pictures", pick a size, click OK and you're done.
Resized images are stored in the same folder the original image is in. There are four pre-set sizes to choose from or you can specify a custom size. The program copies the resized image into the current folder, leaving the original intact unless you change the setting in the Advanced box telling it not to create copies.
This program is perfect for quick and easy image resizing. That's about all it does. If you are looking for something with more features the Best Free Digital Image Editor category has some excellent suggestions.
Extended to work with non-XP and 64-bit versions of Windows (including Windows 7 & Vista).
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