Simple And Free Image Resizer by Microsoft – Download

resize-images-free-microsoftThis little image resizer is something that many people need and something that will save you a lot of time that you would otherwise spend resizing images using some RAM demanding software like Adobe Photoshop or Fireworks… That’s simple task and it really shouldn’t take you so much time but yet it does… And especially for those who resize images very often like webmasters, designers, editors, etc…

First advantage of this small image resizer is because it’s really small! :) It’s size is 512kb. It runs fast, it doesn’t demand much RAM memory and does not slow down your computer.

It’s simple. You can resize images at specific size or according to standards like 1024×768, 800×600, 640×480, etc… Or you can set specific resolution as you would like your images to be resized to.

Here’s a screenshot so you can see how simple and light it is:

image-resizer-by-microsoft

I tested this software on Windows XP, but I don’t know if it is compatible with Windows Vista or Windows 7 (update: unfortunately it is not compatible with Windows 7)… Anyway, you should really try it because it will save you a lot of precious time.

Here’s a direct link to download from Microsoft:

Download Microsoft Image Resizer

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11 Responses
  • Kikolani Reply

    This little XP Power Toy has been a lifesaver for me. It makes shrinking a large group of images on your PC quick and painless. The only part you will need to remember is if you have portrait and landscape images in the same group of pictures that you want to be the same dimensions (say 640 x 480 for the landscape and 480 x 640 for the portrait), be sure to rotate the portrait images first, then do the resize.

    ~ Kristi

  • GenniCe Reply

    You see, that was something that I forgot to mention… :)

    Thanks for the tip Kristi! Enjoy!

  • Gagan Reply

    thanks for the little software, earlier i used photoshop for this simple task.

  • Bash Bosh Reply

    Photoshop is too large for this task. If you need to quickly resize more than 1 image at the same time, this application is really great.

    PS doesn’t support multiple images auto-resizing.

  • GenniCe Reply

    Before I found this small app, I always used Photoshop for resizing but like BashBosh said, it can not resize multiple images at once, and it is way too slow…

    This one is fast, small and doesn’t demand much RAM resources which makes it perfect for an image resizer! :)

    Thanks for visiting guys. Enjoy!

  • Bash Bosh Reply

    Too bad… it’s not compatible with Windows 7

  • GenniCe Reply

    Really? I did not try it on Win 7… Too bad.

    I will try to find and write about some software that is similar to this image resizer but that is compatible with Windows 7. Stay tuned…

    And thanks for the info BashBosh. I will add it to the post…

  • JohnyDB Reply

    This is something that I was searching for a long time! Thanks so much for writing about this app.

    I am loyal reader of your blog and will continue to be :) Just keep up the good work!

    Cheers!

  • John Sullivan Reply

    I could of used one this morning :) I wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog today. Since I visit everyone that leaves a comment I have to say I am quite impressed with your site SERIOUS:)
    thanks again
    Stumbled

  • GenniCe Reply

    Hey John, thanks for stopping by! I’m really glad you like it! SEROIUS :)

    And thanks for the stumble! Enjoy!

  • lucy Reply

    free image resizer is faster on big pictures (> 2000 px h or w)

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