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How To Resize Your Photos the Easy Way

Sometimes you need a quick and easy way to resize your pictures to email, post on your blog, or put on a mobile device. Today we take a look at the Image Resizer Powertoy Clone for Windows that allows you to resize pictures and images.

Image Resizer Powertoy Clone

This is a clone of the popular Image Resizer Powertoy developed for Windows XP. To use it, right-click on a photo and select Resize Pictures from the Context Menu.

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In Basic Mode you can select between 4 different sizes…Small (854×480), Medium (1366×768), Large (1920×1080), or Mobile Device (320×480).

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Click on the Advanced button to get more options and resize a picture to your own custom size.

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It puts the resized image into the same directory as the original with the size type in parenthesis in the file name. Also, I was also able to select multiple pictures at a time and resize them…which saves a lot of time.

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It provides an easy way to quickly resize your holiday photos and get them to family and friends through a variety of ways. It’s completely free and works on XP, Vista, and Windows 7 with a version for 32 & 64-bit users.

Download Image Resizer Powertoy Clone for Windows

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  • Published 12/29/09

Comments (7)

  1. RenegadeNukes

    Would reccomend using IrfanView instead. Its is much more powerfull application and its batch proccessing function makes it ideal for this task.

  2. Sardar Mohkim Khan

    Impressive tool! thanks a lot for sharing

  3. Brice Lambson

    W00t, thanks for the awesome review!

  4. Mark

    I loved power toys for Windows XP, so I love power toys in Windows 7!

  5. JonMCC33

    Does it allow you to select the compression level for JPG files or save in different formats?

  6. KBPrez

    The Geeks have done it again! I email lots of pix and have wanted a simple-to-use tool like this. THANKS Geeks!!!!

  7. Alec S.

    I too use and recommend IrfanView. And don’t forget, nothing is cooler than four popped collars. :D

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