Resizing photos and graphics can be a pain in the rear. Choosing each one and then going through the options to resize is not a fun task for anybody to have on a to do list. I am here to make your resizing a little easier. How am I going to do that? Well first, you are going to have to download the freeware program, iResize.

Here is what the developer of this freeware program had to say about it:

I created this little application when I needed to instantly resize a batch of images to a required resolution. I simply wanted to create an online album, so I had to come up with a group of thumbnails and images that would be easily downloaded from it.

Using iResize’s easy to understand interface you can also save the resulting images into different image formats (jpg, bmp, tiff, png, and gif). For those who have a wide screen monitor (or a laptop that is equipped with one) and want to convert their 4:3 wallpapers into the 16:9 image resolution, this is easily done by simply checking on the “Wide” option and choosing the target resolution (1280 x 800, for instance).

Want to see it in action? Check out the screenshot on the iResize official Web site. Note that in order to execute it you will need the .NET 2.0 framework installed in your computer.

This freeware program saves me loads of time with little effort. When taking photos off my digital camera, I can just select the photos I want to resize down, choose the resolution to shrink them to and my job is done.

[1.55M] [Win98/ME/NT/2k/XP] [FREE]