Quickly Resize Images in Windows 7 and Vista on the Fly

Resizing image has always been a problem in Windows OS, it lacks the support to resize image quickly. Fortunately the popular tool ImageResizer in Windows XP now has support in Windows 7 and Vista, it has native 64 bit support for 64 bit 7 and Vista.

Like it sounds, this tool lets you quickly resize a selection of multiple images at once. It’s was typically used in the past to compress photos to more manageable sizes for sharing via email (although that’s not necessary anymore since Windows Live Mail does this for you). Now, it’s more likely to be used to compress photos down for use on your web page or blog.

Simply download the installer and you will have the option to resize any image when you right click the image. You can also select multiple images and resize.resize_image

You should see the new “Resize Pictures” option after you done installing the application


It has 4 different presents build in and of course you can customize the size of the image by going to the advanced option


Dwonload ImageResizer for Windows 7/Vista 32 bit

Dwonload ImageResizer for Windows 7/Vista 64 bit

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Last updated: 08/04/2014

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you should be able to find it on the left side of the page. That will lead you to a newer updated version of this tool. You can also find it here http://imageresizer.codeplex.com/releases/view/30247



Thank you so much! I can’t believe Microsoft is still in business; I also had to add the power toy for my Professional 32 bit as it does not come with it as it does for the home version??–unbelievable. (looking forward to Sergei Brin to make a good OS system to get rid of micro”pinheads”)


Thank u !!!
at last resize in windows 7 🙂


Geez!!!! This app rocks…and for free!!! Thank you!
It’s such a pain sometimes to run Photoshop and mess with the batch file reductions when I’m in a hurry to send out an email blast. This app makes the process thoughtless and painless. Many, many, many thanks!!!!