How to resize photos fast

If you’ve taken pictures with a high definition, chances are they are too big to do anything (upload to a blog, send to friends, etc).

I found a light-weight, Microsoft add-on tool that lets users quickly resize photos to their liking:

  1. Visit this MS webpage, and decide whether you like this program or not.
  2. Download ImageResizer.exe, or if you don’t trust me, download it from this MS webpage. You can find it by searching “Image Resizer” on the right hand panel.

Hm, there’s not much else for me to say, because MS has done all the explaining here.

Basically, you right click on your photo(s):

and click on “Resize Pictures”

and tada!

You can also click on “Advanced” if you want customize the size of your pictures, among other things.


3 thoughts on “How to resize photos fast

  1. haha, yeah, that’s quite handy.
    I’ll give it a try some time.

    Yup, I found it for telling my lego story with massive amount of pictures last winter…

  2. awesome. i hope it will install without admin authorization….

    zeroratio:I’m not sure about installing stuff without admin authorization, but please let us know how it goes if you try 🙂

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