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Windows 7: Context Menu Image Resize: Image Resizer for Windows

Having shifted to doing most of my work on a Windows 7 laptop here at home as opposed to my usual trusty Ubuntu workhorse that I’ve been using for the last couple of years, I needed to replace the useful… Continue Reading →

Online Image Crop and Resize Tool: PicResize.com

Digital cameras of today produce photos that are far too large to just easily upload and use on the Internet for general things like Facebook or blogging and for this reason you should always keep a good image resizer and cropper tool close at hand, for manipulating those big images when you need to. One of the oldest, simplest and quite effective online image resize and crop tools out there is PicResize.com, having been running since March 2005 already!

Ubuntu Lucid Lynx: Simple Resize of Images by Right-Clicking on It!

Seeing as we are all using Ubuntu/Gnome’s powerful Nautilus file manager, a particularly quick and easy way to resize or rotate images by simply right-clicking on them comes courtesy of the extremely handy little Nautilus-image-converter extension.

Ubuntu: Batch Resize Your Images using GIMP

Digital Cameras these days take fantastically detailed and large photos, brilliant for printing and editing but not always that great if you want to simply pop them up on the web for everyone on FaceBook to gaggle over. So obviously a spot of resizing is required first, but who the heck would want to individually resize 600 photos of Aunt Nelly’s Wedding Reception, one photo at a time?

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