Image Resizer for Windows 3.1.1

This software by Brice Lambson is a Windows Explorer shell extension that lets you resize one or more selected image files directly from Windows Explorer by right-clicking. It’s a GitHub project so it’s Open Source, free, and safe for general and widespread use. It was created so that modern Windows users could regain the joy they left behind with Microsoft's Image Resizer Powertoy for Windows XP. By default, image files with the following extensions can be resized: bmp, dib, gif, ico, jpe, jpeg, jpg, png, tif, tiff, wdp. However, Image Resizer for Windows will also be able to use any Windows Imaging Codecs (WIC) that have been installed. For example, after installing the Microsoft Camera Codec Pack, vendor-specific formats from Canon, Olympus, Pentax, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Leica, Minolta, Epson, and Panasonic can be resized.

Image Resizer for Windows 3.1.1 changelog:
The delete file dialog was shown sometimes when replacing files
Make pictures smaller but not larger didn't work when only specifying one dimension
Additional translations—contributed by the community
File extensions were unexpectedly changed sometimes
Updated the default JPEG quality level to reflect the default used

Image Resizer for Windows Screenshot

Latest version: 3.1.1 (28 May 2018)
License: Open Source
System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
Download: ImageResizerSetup.exe (1.0 MB)

See also:
XnView Shell Extension
Pictus Image Viewer

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