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Easy Image Resizing


All of us take lots of pictures these days, either with our digital cameras, our phones, or another device. The problem is the resulting images are all different sizes, and when you go to use them for email, printing, Facebook, your website or something else, they are never the right size. Not a big issue with a single image, but what happens when you come back after taking 50+ images (likely considering how easy it is to just keep on shooting).

I came across this freeware application the other day, and it really takes a lot of the effort out of the process. Freesizer is from WinBit Software, and allows you to drag and drop multiple images into the application, choose the intended use (E-mail, Instant Messenger, Social Networks, iPhone/iPod, or a user set custom size), press the button and all the images are resized.

This kind of software is an excellent example of small applications that make it easy to move data from use to another. Give it a try! Works with Windows XP/Vista/7 and available at

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