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Resize Photos in Bulk Based on Pre-Configured Resizing Profiles

Photos from digital camera or smartphone are far too large to share or send over the Internet or to insert into a presentation. You should resize images before sharing on social networking sites, IMs or send to email to load images more quickly. If you’re looking for a very simple to use image-resizing tool, you may certainly love FreeSizer.

FreeSizer lets you quickly create resized copies of your pictures in bulk based on different resizing profiles. Simply drag and drop one or more photos into the list, select a resizing profile and click ‘Start resizing’ button - no need to fiddle with height, width and other settings.

FreeSizer comes pre-configured for most popular uses (email, social network, IM, mobile phone, etc). You can even customize the tool to make custom image size. You can do this from the setting menu.

FreeSizer can be downloaded (portable/installer) from developer’s website here.


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