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Picture enlarging software

Image Enlarger is an open-source software that lets you enlarge a picture (or part of it) into maximum possible quality. Unlike other image editing program which requires a lot of editing process, this program requires only a few parameters to acquire a good quality image.

Smilla Enlarger, which uses a special algorithm invented by the developer to re-size or enlarge an image (especially magnify bitmaps in high quality), is a portable application for Windows and Mac OSX.

Using this application is simple, select the file; settings and zoom region; adjust the parameters like De-noise, dithering etc, click preview and save your image.

While testing the software here, it gives a good result. You only require a few minutes to complete the task.

You can download Image Enlarger (Mac/ Windows, 8Mb Zip) from


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