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Resize images without compromising quality

What tool you are using for resizing images when uploading them to your blog or web gallery (without compromising the quality)? There are several such tools, but a few keep the quality of an image as high as possible when resizing it. Saving images for website, email and other media (to ensure a proper webpage loading) with the best compression ratio and quality is a difficult task if you don’t have a right tool.

RIOT (Radical Image Optimization Tool) [free] might be a right tool for this, which reduces any image (JPG, PNG, and GIF) considerably, without any significant quality loss. The program is simple to use, just download (1.14Mb, v.0.21) and install it. Select any image by clicking ‘Open’ button. Input any size (in percentage) or drag the ‘Quality’ slider to an acceptable level (you can view it in preview pane) and save the image.

There are some other options are also available with this tool such as rotating, re-sampling image, removing metadata (EXIF), etc, this further enhances the performance of the tool. More details and download at


  1. it is easy, done fast n better to use.Thank you!


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