Resizing Images Made Easy and Safe

Have you ever used a picture on the web, but found it was the wrong size?  Maybe it was too big?  Well, there’s an easy solution to the problem: Image Resizer.  You can download the program at the following web site.

Here is an excellent way to resize your pictures: http://www.bricelam.net/ImageResizer/

Once you have downloaded and installed this little gem, right-click on either one or a group of pictures as shown here.  Then click “Resize pictures.”

The “Resize pictures” action will cause the following dialog box to open up, giving you ultimate control over the actual size of the resized picture.

This program is free from adware and malware and formerly was distributed as a Microsoft PowerToy.  It has since moved to this page and lives in today in all its simplicity and power.  Enjoy!

Meet the author

Dan grew up in New York State, and graduated from Queensbury High School in 1980. He received his bachelor's in computer science at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas in 1984. He was a computer programmer at several insurance companies, and worked at Pioneer Hi-Bred for ten years. In July of 2002 after 18 years of programming, Dan founded Iowa PC Services, Inc. as a one-man computer repair business. He is an active member at the Grandview Church of Christ in Des Moines, and enjoys woodworking, walking, and grandchildren. Dan and his lovely wife, Donna, have two grown children and four grandchildren.