People who take or download a lot of pictures have to store gigabytes of image data. Even though, most of the time, there is no practical reason to store a picture with, say, a 5760 × 3840 pixels resolution, when the display you are using is much smaller.
Thankfully, the amount of data stored can be easily reduced by using a simple and free software tool.
This tool is called Image Resizer and is created by Brice Lambson.
Download and Install
Simply download the
ImageResizerSetup.exe file and install it by
Image Resizer will be added to the context menu of all image file extensions.
So, when you
Obviously, you can also select many image files and resize them in bulk.
After clicking on the
You can select several options.
First, select a size for the output images from
If you select the Custom mode, you can further define whether you wish to
Next, select whether you want to scale down the images or
Then, you can decide whether you wish to
Should you wish to place the resized pictures into a different folder,
When you let the mouse go, a small context menu will pop up.
And, finally, you can decide to
The last step is to click on the
The time it takes to resize the images depends mainly on the number of images that are being processed.
Once the resizing process is done, Image Resizer will automatically exit.
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