I think digital cameras are great, especially since they removed film out of the equation, making photography convenient and easy. It does become too good of a good thing though, as digital photos tend to pile up rather quickly.
One of the annoying things that I constantly face is the need to resize my photographs or pictures. The way I used to do it was to fire up my editor, wait for it to load, resize the photograph, then save it. The whole process felt clunky and annoying.
So I went looking around for a better way to do things, and I discovered Image Resizer, a free software provided by Microsoft!
Basically, Image Resizer integrates into your Windows right-click menu so all you have to do is to right-click on any number of photographs to resize them. It even helps you save the resized images as a copy, so you don’t have to worry that you might accidentally overwrite the originals.
You can imagine that this software will come in handy for anyone who needs to resize photos to share with friends, to upload on the net, or to fit on a compatible cell phone, personal digital assistant (PDA), or Portable Media Center so you can enjoy your photos while on the go.
This little app gets 2 thumbs up from me! Best of all, it’s free! Download Image Resizer from this page.
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