Pictures are widely used today for various purposes, from storing important information to entertainment. The accompanying sharp increase in picture formats has also led to more graphics editors, converters and other similar multimedia tools.
Resize single or multiple pictures with one command
While many developers have opted for a comprehensive, all inclusive-approach, others have sought to focus on simple, but essential tasks that are commonly needed when dealing with images. QuickResizer is just such a tool that offers a powerful solution for resizing issues. The application is highly intuitive and new users will not waste any time with browsing complicated menus or perusing ample manuals.
Indeed, one can say the program is exquisitely built for efficiency and high productivity. There are several factors that contribute to this situation. First of all, the interface, as already mentioned is streamlined for a great user experience. The program features only one window, where all the core functions are accessible to users via radio and standard buttons.
Process most common formats, including PNG images
A second noteworthy feature is the ability to batch process multiple images. There are two options available: entire folders or individual files. It should be noted, however, that the latter option does not exclude loading multiple documents with a single operation. It does, however, allow users to process documents selectively, which is a great function!
The application can load most common graphics documents, including JPGs, BMPs and PNGs and the output files follow the same pattern. There are two options for resizing documents, either by percentage or by a fixed size, case in which users have to specify the desired final width and height.
The utility allows users to resize single or multiple images in most common formats
All things considered, QuickResizer is a good tool for all users with ample graphics libraries who need a program to resize files.