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Giveaway of the day — Quick Image Resizer

Quick Image Resizer offers an ingenious way of processing your images.
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User rating: 430 (50%) 428 (50%) 77 comments

Quick Image Resizer was available as a giveaway on November 19, 2010!

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A slideshow creator with videos, pictures and audio files.

Normally, you need to resize your digital photos or other images before uploading them to the Web or sending via e-mail. Quick Image Resizer offers an ingenious way of processing your images.

To process a photo with Quick Image Resizer, just drag and drop it from any folder of your computer (or from the desktop) into the blue drop target of Quick Image Resizer. It will be immediately processed with the settings that can be selected using the special control below the blue drop target. Then just drag the finished image file from the right part of Quick Image Resizer wherever you like (to a folder on your computer, into a new email message, upload to your web site, copy to a CD etc). It's that quick!

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System Requirements:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7

Publisher:

DzSoft Ltd.

Homepage:

http://www.dzsoft.com/image-resizer.html

File Size:

3.51 MB

Price:

$29

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#77

If you have an Windows XP computer and missed this download, you can download a free alternative, an image resizer in the Microsoft XP Powertoys section of the Microsoft website.

IT'S FREE!! (and microsoft...)

Simple to use, just right click on a group of photos, select Resize, Select Size in dialog box, hit ok and done.

Useful for shrinking files too, just manually type in size of photo (if different from defaults) and choose make pictures smaller not larger and then ok.

Look for it here, the other functions are useful too.
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/xppowertoys.mspx

Reply   |   Comment by Jonesy  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#76

From one programmer to another - CONGRATULATIONS. This piece of software is at the pinnacle of user friendly for meeting its stated objective - resizing pictures.

Suggestion: - Change the drop down settings menu to 6 radio buttons. This will streamline the resizing selection process from 2 clicks to a single click.

A number of addition features have been requested - ability to rotate 90 degrees, add filtrates, etc. Please follow the excellent advise given by one the posters. Leave this piece of software as it is. With the radio buttons modification it will be the VERY pinnacle of "user efficiency" for very fast, top quality output results.

These new suggested features can be placed in a new product that follows the same concept as this one. Then you drag your picture(s) out of the resizer tool into the input section of the tweaker tool.

Agree with the others - price should be under $20.

A Note to fellow GOTD fans:
To those that suggest features it is best to check out the software fully before suggesting. With QIR you will find you can save the "selected" and the "processed files" if you click on the file menu option.

Thank you for making this available at GOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Donavan McDonough  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#75

I didn't think I would like it because I have tried many other resizers, this ones a keeper. Excellent quality, though the above comments that say there is "no loss" of quality when going from a 10 megapixel picture to 30k cannot be correct. Here is my suggestion. If it added this feature, I would pay the price for it, without it, I would not and I have not found one that does this well. I would like to be able to rename it automatically based on the date and time stamp in the metafile. That way, all of my picture files would have different names and display information important to me. Great GAOTD today!

Reply   |   Comment by Tom G.  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#74

I ran into the same problem with Avira detecting the code pattern of ADSPY.GEN so I had the setup file checked at Virustotal.com .
They checked it with 43 different virus scanners and there were no detections so I installed it. Like so many others comments here, I think it's great, It does what it's supposed to in the simplest way.
Many Thanx to DzSoft and GOTD

Reply   |   Comment by Steve H  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#73

Nobody has mentioned the first thing that caught my eye on starting the programme -- "Exit metadata will be kept." (Although admittedly, this seems to apply only to "Extra Large" and "Large" image resizes.)

Now generally that would be very useful, but for me, submitting pix to various organisations, I might not want them to know all the "intimate details" of the pic I am submitting, so I think having the OPTION to keep, or not to keep, the Exif metadata would certainly be useful.

With all but thumbnail outputs having "Portrait/Landscape detection enabled," this seems to be a very useful programme.

-- One other thing, if the programme is going to automatically add a suffix to the name/number of the photo, before .JPG, why not allow the user to choose what that should be? For me, I'd rather add my initials, as a quick way to ID my pix on submission.

Reply   |   Comment by Tranmontane  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#72

Installed easily on XP Pro. Works great except it won't load tiff files. Isn't it supposed to? I work a lot in that format.

Reply   |   Comment by Al  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#71

I suggest and recommend the Microsoft Powertoy resizer tool: small, simple program, right-click and the selected files are resized. Choice of sizes is limited but adequate.

Resizer Powertoy
All Powertoys

Hope this is helpful.

Reply   |   Comment by MyTuppenceWorth  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#70

This is a very quick and easy way to change photo resolutions - in batch. The interface is quite user friendly - when adding photos, but no so much when actually converting. However, whether it is worth $30 is another thing. I believe free programs like Picasa can do this - though not as easily. It worked fine on XP 32-bit, Vista 32-bit and 64-bit, and 7 32-bit and 64-bit. As far as I can see, there really is no image quality loss with this program.

The main reason I can think of someone using a program like this is to make images smaller for online uploading. Therefore, it would be nice if it had an integrated feature to send pictures to places like Flickr, Windows Live Skydrive, and Picasa Web Albums, as well as email.

Also, I noticed that when adding photos to it (I added 8 at once, all at 1024*768) and it had to spend a little time processing the pictures - higher resolution ones took even longer! If I had several hundred pictures, this could take a while.

Where you select the resolution to use, I notice it just says things like "Large, Medium, Small" - I'd prefer that it said such ALONG WITH the resolution in the list, rather than me selecting the resolution and THEN finding out what the resolution is. It would be nice if there is also a "custom" option that, if selected, would let me input a resolution right below the box that has a list of presets.

The interface could be far more user friendly in other places, however. For instance, once you drag some photos in, how do you select the destination and start converting? Turns out you must tell it a destination from one of the file menus, and THEN it converts things - rather quickly, I might add. It would be preferable if, once I added some images, underneath the photo thumbnails there was a button "select destination", and THEN a seperate "start converting" button - so I can keep adding more photos before I actually start the process. Additionally, when opening the window to select a destination, the program froze for a moment (ok, this PC only has 1GB of RAM and Windows 7 that I used for most of this), but a faster machine might still have issues).



So basically, although this program can be easy to use (once you figure out the destination folder part of it), there are still a few downsides, like it freezing at times, not being as detailed in letting you select resolutions, and costing $30. Sure, this program may be the better of the ones I've tried for this purpose, but I'm simply not convinced it's worth the money. There are better free programs out there, like Picasa. And for the price of $30, it should be able to directly upload photos to photo sharing sites (the main purpose of someone using a program like this). Therefore, I'm not buying this program (if it were free, however, I might be willing to tolerate those flaws). I like the concept though - it just needs a lot of work.

Reply   |   Comment by Brian  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#69

Downloaded, installed and activated no problems. Running on Win 7 Ultimate x64 with AMD X6, 4 gig ram. Tried resizing several different size JPG's. It seemed to take about the same amount of time on all sizes. I tried as small as 11k and as large as 4meg. I tried extra large, large and medium settings. All took about 5 sec. Enlarging a file seems to achieve the same results as Irfanview. Same with shrinking a file. The advantage is drag and drop. If you want to enlarge a file you will have to edit the settings since the default is not to enlarge. As you would expect enlarging a file makes the file size larger. Shrinking a file even with the extra large setting resulted in a 90%+ reduction in file size. Using large and medium settings had even better results. This is one of the better offerings I've seen in a while.

Reply   |   Comment by Ed  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#68

Avira has updated and the issue that was going on this morning is fixed. Good. this is just what I needed. I just over hauled my website due to slow loading from large photos. This works like a charm! I was disappointed this morning when my avira started stroking out but like I said they updated and problem fixed.I usually use ashampoo photo commander 7 for resizing but that is kind of large to have open with my design software going at the same time and not to mention the process you have to go trough.but this is perfect,small,lite, and just drag and drop and its done in less than the blink of an eye.This software is a keeper.
thanks GOTD and DZsoft LTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Rob.C  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#67

There is not too much that I can add that the earlier comments have stated. This program installs and registers easily. It has a small footprint and is easy to use both for a single picture and batch processing. The output is quick and of good quality. The only thing left to say is thank you to the GAOTD team for getting us some great programs and thank you to the publisher, DzSoft Ltd, for the gift.

Reply   |   Comment by gpc111  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#66

sounds like a great program. I ran the setup and activate as administrator (vista 32) but never got a key to put in the activate box. can anyone advise? thanks

Reply   |   Comment by wshannon  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#65

Whee! And off they go ;)

This tool is really fast, and intuitive, and gives a good quality.
Please, DzSoft, don't listen to all the suggestions, don't improve this gem to death. The programme is good as it is.

Thanks to GOTD and DzSoft.

graylox

Reply   |   Comment by graylox  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#64

The program installed and activated flawlessly on my Windoz XP computer with SP 3. However, and it's a big one, it failed miserably with embedding photos in emails. Other than that it's a keeper although I wouldn't pay anywhere near the $29 being asked for it.

Reply   |   Comment by Donald Bernstein  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#63

I have owned the program since 2007 and use it regularly. It's a great way to resize pictures easily. Highlight a whole folder, drag to Quick Image Resizer and drag back. Set the size that you want. Read my review from 2007. It's still valid. http://bit.ly/dBSFBJ or http://www.hewie.net/content/hewies-views-reviews-august-02-2007

Reply   |   Comment by Hewie Poplock  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#62

This application is in a word, GREAT. It is lightening fast and the ultimate in convenience. I can't say enough about it. Installation and registration was simple and straightforward with no hitches.
Believe me, if you ever work with photography, even just a little download this application. You will be glad you did.

Reply   |   Comment by zbuckone  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#61

Seems odd that Quick Image Resizer resized 70KB, 856x570x24b jpeg down to a 640x480x24b jpeg that required 88KB for storage.

Reply   |   Comment by PF  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#60

err.. I'd like to have megapixel size points to support devices with limitations on how big an image they'll 'see', like older, cheap picture frames with a 3 or 4 mp limit- and you personally take a mix of 5.1 and 8 megapixel images. and don't like changing the originals.

also, adding an option to auto-adjust image quality to fit a given block of images onto a given media would be nice given the various media size limits of older but still capable designs. (SD vs SDHC, for example)

I tried the suggestion box, didn't work- I really like the option to not mess with images that already fit. this could be a nice fast translator between a mix of devices in hand. or cheap compared to the latest and greatest- which means one could *get* one there a lot sooner.

Reply   |   Comment by goodgotd  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#59

Wo! What an incredible time saving tool! It not only recognizes portrait vs landscape photos in a second, but makes file names web friendly at the same time! No complicated programming of output files to a certain folder... you just drag and drop! Previously, I had to fight with Outlook to drag resized photos out of the several step email process just to get the shrunk photos in a simple way. Now all the steps are eliminated to simplicity. Thank you so much!

Reply   |   Comment by Ruth  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#58

This is one of the best downloads I have had from GOTD in several years. It is simple, easy to operate and does exactly what it says it will do, flawlessly. I have to date used Photo Studio to resize my images for emailing. Yes, it does a great job and even does batches, but it's a pain to go through the various steps to get there. This programme could not be simpler - drop all the pictures into a box, then drop them all into your email,. So simple! Great job. Highly recommended. Good luck to DzSoft. I will be looking at all they do from here on in.

Reply   |   Comment by Bernie  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#57

XnView is a free alternative that can do resizing with easy! You have chose settings you need, and (for easy work) save them in a file.

Reply   |   Comment by Vladimir  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#56

Can you resize in inches? I convert patterns, & I do it by the size I need to resize it to. Its ironic- I DL'ed 3 dif resize programs before I found one that actually converted to inches, & now we get this one.

Reply   |   Comment by Robin Rakes  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#55

i commented in # 31 and said i loved this and my one problem was that it didn't print the whole image when i tried the two smallest options. i just had a little more time to check on that and realize there is a place in the settings for 'portrait/landscape'. sooo...i think it was me, not the program, that had a 'situation'. i was using a portrait image as my test, but when i used a landscape image, it resized the whole image. i'm thrilled. i haven't played with it further, rushing off from lunch. i truly can't understand why there'd only be 52% thumbs up on this.

Reply   |   Comment by hunter  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#54

#14: "I got an “ADSPY/AdSpy.Gen” warning from Avira Virus Lab."
#36: "Since there is a problem with avira..."
#38: "... my problem with the virus notification from Avira about the exe file containing spyware patterns?"

I ran an app compactor on QIR [think .zip for working program files] & it gives the message that QIR may already be compacted &/or protected. Packing/compacting app files is a dual use tech, used by the bad guys as well as the white hats -- however there's little or no way for AV software to tell the difference because the actual files are hidden. For this reason a lot of AV software automatically labels any packed/compacted files as evil. Google/Bing for more info.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#53

[14],[38] See post #8 above about the AVIRA false positive.

Reply   |   Comment by Lakelivin  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#52

Nice enough programme but not $29 nice. As there are numerous free programmes easily as good then I think the price is way off the mark. I use PictureGirdle http://www.scrammit.com/software.htm and have done for many many years. Works on any version of Windows with no install, dead simple to use and produces the smallest physical size of images out of those I have used without any noticeable loss of quality. I have also used FastStone Photo Resizer http://www.faststone.org/FSResizerDetail.htm which is like everything from that company and that is very good. Both of these are completely free every day and not just today.

Reply   |   Comment by johnl  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)
#51

Quick Image Resizer is a cute app, an alternative to the free PhotoResize Options [one of several popular tools you can d/l here: http://goo.gl/9HelR ] ... if you turn off PhotoResize Options' sharpening, the results look very close, at least for the smaller images where you're more likely to use these quick apps. Michael Lee's tools use newer algorithms like seam carving, & focus on being [close to] lossless [e.g. JPEGbox] -- I don't know how Quick Image Resizer compares in that respect. QIR has the advantage of being able to edit "Schemes.ini", changing & possibly expanding on the drop-down choices of frame sizes, while Lee's PRO is a smaller, single (portable) file. QIR's window with all re-sized image files has its Pros & Cons -- I think I'd prefer it for a smaller number of files headed for different destinations, but for folders full of images, even with the File menu -> Save To..., IMHO drag/drop can become a bit of a hassle. That said, if all the images you ever handle pass through a cataloging app, you might have very little use for this sort of thing.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#50

There's an old saying in the software engineering business - The easier it is for the end user to use, the harder it is to program it. Hat's off to the coders at DzSoft on this one - they definitely have their act together. In QIR they've produced a quality product that flawlessly DOES exactly what it says it will and that ANYONE can EASILY use just by glancing at the user interface. Note to DzSoft ... there are several comments here about adding this or that feature ... if you choose to start adding bells & whistles, please create a NEW product (perhaps using QIR as the base point) but leave this version alone! It's PERFECT as is! Great job! Price? Well, maybe after this FREE promotion, the volume of sales will increase such that the price could be lowered. Regardless, QIR is QUALITY software and I'll be looking closely at DzSoft's other offerings in the future. Oh, "Batch" mode? We all know about batch runs in say Photoshop, PSP Pro, etc. where scripts are involved. With QIR ... just drag and drop multiple files or a folder and "presto" ... OUTSTANDING!!

Reply   |   Comment by Eric  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#49

This program is very nice. One very good free alternative (have been using it for long (7 years maybe) and always come back to it after trying other ones) is : pixresizer : http://bluefive.pair.com/pixresizer.htm

Reply   |   Comment by Jack  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#48

Regarding can't find txt file. I had downloaded the program using the large download button rather than the link further down the page. After I downloaded it again using the link under free giveway, I found the txt file.

Reply   |   Comment by liz palmer  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#47

Great little program! Easy to use with terrific results. The Edit Settings menu offers lots of options. On my 1st try I reduced a 6 MB file down to 84 KB (Blog Size) in seconds with no discernable loss in clarity. Imagine what I will be able to do after I read the instructions! I still prefer Irfanview for bulk image resizing but this program ranks highly in my collection of utilities.
Thanks, GOTD

Reply   |   Comment by Jim '  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#46

I see everyone else has installed this program, but I can't find the readme.txt file to get the registration code. I have never had a problem before. I checked all the folders and nothing appeared. Looks like a nice program,.

Reply   |   Comment by liz palmer  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)
#45

Very nice tool. Simple and versatile were obviously the design goals here. I love it.

Reply   |   Comment by Wayne  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#44

I actually a bit ticked off at this one. I've waited and waited for something like this to be offered and it never was. I finally broke down 4 days ago and bought this exact program and NOW it's free? :P

Reply   |   Comment by amciotola  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-11)
#43

This is the first time I have commented on anything from this site. I do have other free programs from here. Just never thought of posting. But with this one??
Talk about being easy. One of the easiest I have ever used.

Reply   |   Comment by Dennis  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#42

This is a great program. I travel a lot (retired and this is fun travel) and take my digital camera with me everywhere. When on the road, I like to take pictures and e-mail them to friends and family. I have used programs like Paintshop pro and fastone image resizer to reduce pictures to e-mail size but there are several steps to go through to use these programs and I thought this one looked interesting so I downloaded it to my basic cheap travel laptop (windows 7 64-bit, basic celeron processor). Activated easily. It has lots of options, but what I like best is just leaving the program icon on my desktop and when I want to resize a picture, drag it to the program icon - a window pops up and asks what size you want (extra large, large, medium, small, thumbnail) - choose the size and it reduces the file and leaves it in a window where you can just drag it to wherever you want in its reduced size. The quality is great. It is about the easiest resizing program I ever used. This gets a big thumbs up from me.

Reply   |   Comment by Rockster  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#41

I downloaded this and tried it, but I prefer the free Prish Image Resizer (power toy replacement for windows 7.) It has standard resolutions and custom resolutions, will rename the resized image or resize the original, and works completely from the context menu. It works well so I don't see any reason to use this standalone program, even if they are giving it away.

Reply   |   Comment by L Smith  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)
#40

Seems to be very valuable--quick, easy to use, can adjust to preset sizes--overall a very good utility.

Reply   |   Comment by Harv Schwartz  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#39

Great program. A great free alternative is Faststone Photo Resizer. Easy and many options. I use it to bath resize all the time. Does a great job.

Reply   |   Comment by Vella  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#38

Is anyone able to answer number 14 and my problem with the virus notification from Avira about the exe file containing spyware patterns?
I'd love to try this but I don't need more spyware on my computer. Please advise.

Reply   |   Comment by NG  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#37

If I had to chose 2 words to describe this they would be fast and incredible.
Fast, in download, set up, activation and action.
Incredible in that it is so damned easy.

I do a lot of resizing, usually use Irfanview, but honestly in regard to speed and ease of use DZSoft’s Quick Image Resizer is amazing. I didn't think it could be that easy, so I tried different sizes, from almost 5 meg photos down to thumb, no problem, did batch resize, no problem.
I won't be taking Irfanview out, but it will be used a lot less now. This is another keeper.... 2 in a row.
Thanks guys at GAOTD and DzSoft. ltd

Reply   |   Comment by China art  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#36

Since there is a problem with avira I will not try it just got done with some problems on my XP SP3 system yesterday and need a break. but I thought I would tell people about Photo Razor Which I have used for about a year and half now.
with Photo Razor you can set the size from 600 pixels and down and adjust the quality down from 100% so it works really nice and it will create a sub-folder in the same folder that your working on you can also change the destination folder.
I have never sent them directly to an email don't know why but I will have to try that.
but for freeware it works really good.

Reply   |   Comment by David  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#35

Hey, I wanted to give this a try but it won't work on xp. Says need windows 2000 or later. Web site said it would work on xp. What's with that.
Thanks, Judi

Reply   |   Comment by judi  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#34

Rich @ #23
I initially had the same issue. When setup completed and asked if I wished to run the program,which I did, nothing would drag and drop onto the GUI.

Closed down the program and reopened it from its location in program files and all is OK.

Nice little program BTW.

Reply   |   Comment by Bettersafethansorry  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#33

I really like this program. It installed on my Win7x64 Home in less than 1 minute. Been playing with it for a while and it will take an entire folder of pics and resize them. It took less than 30 seconds to resize a folder of six pics all larger than 2 MB down to 32 KB without any noticable change in quality. From all the positive comments I don't see why it is only getting a 57% thumbs up rating.
Thanks again GOTD and DzSoft.

Reply   |   Comment by SamF  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#32

DZSoft's Quick Image Resizer is fastest and easiest-to-use resizer I can remember using.
- Pick a preset output size (or define and name your own). It also allows adding a suffix to the file name to identify the change or size.
- Drag and drop photos into the application (onto the big "X").
- They are nearly instantly re-sized and displayed in output frame.
- Drag out of the output frame to the folder of your choice.

If you need further editing (sharpening, contrast, etc.) try FastStone Image Viewer (http://www.faststone.org/) - View and edit images. Free for non-commercial use. It even handles RAW images.

Reply   |   Comment by Randy G. Blues  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#31

i am crazy about this!! i use photoshop and know it well, but THIS, bamn, done! i mean, i didn't even have to try how to figure it out, it had already done my first image. amazing. only 'problem' is that i was hoping the thumbnail and 'small for web' would give the whole image, or the potential of the whole image, rather than just a part of the picture. i'm in a rush and haven't played with more than one image, but WOW!, made my day!

and, agree about the price. i think $19, or 14.99 would be more fair.

Reply   |   Comment by hunter  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#30

Installed perfectly on xp sp3 running on my old faithful dell laptop in just a minute. I normally use other software for editing and resizing pics but this little program is great for a quick resize. Definitely a keeper. I do wish you were able to send resized pics to a default folder rather than dragging as I do a lot of resizing for my website. But this is a minor inconvenience considering the simplicity of this program. Thanks GAOTD, I really like this one!!

Reply   |   Comment by AsWeGo Homestead  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#29

I was going to mention some good freeware alternatives but I see the author of comment #9 has beaten me to it. :)

Another DZSoft product, the PHP editor, sounds interesting. If that is ever offered as a GAOTD I would definitely give it a tryout.

Reply   |   Comment by Neil  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-12)
#28

Neat tidy little programme, but for 29 bucks, no way, compared to the free ones out there. Does the job fairly well, but try a transparent PNG with a drop shadow and it makes a total mess of things. I'm always on the lookout for these and it gets 2 out of 10 from me, my thumb is definitely not up! The 3 free one's I use are - Photorazor, PIXresizer & PicSizer, with Photorazor being my favorite.

Anyway GAOTD - Thank you for the oppotunity @ this one.

Reply   |   Comment by Foxtrot  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
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