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Wise Data Recovery Portable can run from a cloud folder, external drive, or local folder without installing into Windows. It's even better with the PortableApps.com Platform for easy installs and automatic updates.

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Wise Data Recovery is a file and data recovery utility allowing you to recover files and folders that have been deleted and marked as free space. It works on local hard drives, removable flash drives, memory cards and other drives on your system. After scanning your drive, the interface will list the files that can be recovered and the likelihood of being able to recover the entire file.


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  • Publisher: WiseCleaner Software & PortableApps.com
  • Date Updated: 2020-11-11
  • Date Added: 2012-12-30
  • System Requirements: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • App License: Freeware (Personal and educational use)
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With the size of the photo some digital cameras and smartphones can produce, it’s entirely possible for you to have images with a file size of several Megabytes each. Having files like this is great when you want to view them in high quality or print them out. When it comes to distributing them to others, uploading to online photo albums, or just storing them on your phone, keeping huge files is a waste of time and bandwidth.

Shrinking your images to a lower resolution or converting them to a more size efficient format before emailing or uploading is a sensible solution. It’s far easier to shrink a 10MB JPEG file down to 1MB and send or store that while only noticing a small drop in quality or not even seeing a difference at all.

We’ve previously listed 10 online services where you can upload and resize images from your web browser without installing any software but they are not meant for multiple images. Here are 10 free options to help you convert and resize multiple images locally on your own computer.

1. Pixrecovery PortableMicrosoft PowerToys for Windows 10 / Image Resizer for Windows

Older users might remember PowerToys from the days of XP and Windows 95. In 2019, Microsoft resurrected PowerToys as an open source project for Windows 10. One of the returning features is the image resize tool which is based on Image Resizer for Windows from Brice Lambson. You can use either software on Windows 10 but Image Resizer is the only one that works on Windows 7 or 8.

Select the files to convert in Explorer and click on Resize Pictures from the context menu. A small window pops up with some preset sizes, a custom size option, and some checkboxes for overwriting and downsizing. When resizing, a value of 0 (or blank) will proportionally resize that dimension. For example, a width of 1600 and a height of 0 will make all images 1600 pixels wide and individually adjust their height to match.

In the Options window, you can add your own presets, adjust quality/compression, and make up your own naming scheme. Image Resizer has its own options window while PowerToys has the options in its main user interface. If you don’t want the extra tools in PowerToys, install Image Resizer. However, development has shifted solely to PowerToys and future updates will be for the PowerToys version only.

Download Microsoft PowerToys for Windows 10Download Image Resizer for Windows

2. FastStone Photo Resizer

FastStone’s tool is a powerful program for batch converting images. It also has a dedicated batch renaming function in case you don’t want to change the files but give them more orderly names. Photo Resizer includes its own file browser in addition to the standard drag and drop, and the amount of supported images is quite large with Photoshop PSD files and ICO icon files also included. There are seven output image formats, one of which is PDF.

The Advanced Options button (click the checkbox first) opens up another whole new area where there are a number of useful and advanced functions that can be applied to the images. These include; resize, rotate, crop, canvas size, color depth, brightness/contrast/gamma/sharpness adjustments, change DPI, add text, add a watermark, and border/framing/shadow effects. Check the Resize box to show the resize options.

Resizing can be by pixels, percentage, physical print size, or based on one side. There’s also some settings for cropping or filling if the image proportions differ from the original. Both setup installer and portable versions are available. The excellent FastStone Image Viewer also has a basic resize option and is worth looking at if you want to combine an image viewer and some simple conversion tools.

Download FastStone Photo Resizer

3. IrfanView

The well known and popular image viewer IrfanView boasts quite a powerful batch conversion function which is accessible by pressing B or from the File menu. There are three main modes; batch conversion, batch rename, or both in combination. As you might expect, it can load and save a large number of different file formats, and settings for Exif data, transparency, compression, and quality are accessed through the Options button.

IrfanView has an Advanced checkbox and button that gives you the opportunity to make a large number of different adjustments to the images such as crop, resize, DPI, color depth, rotate, flip, overlay, watermark, and sharpen or blur functions to name just a few. The resize function itself has options for width, height, long side, short side, image size (in Megapixels), or a percentage. Various other resize options are in the lower left of the window.

The sheer amount of options might be slightly overwhelming for some, but the IrfanView batch conversion function has a great deal of power behind it. A portable version is also available and because it’s a great image viewer and has options for the command line as well, IrfanView is a useful program to have around.

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4. XnResize, XnConvert, and NConvert

XnConvert is a free and comprehensive piece of image processing and conversion software. XnResize is essentially the batch image resizing part of XnConvert ported into a standalone program. As that is our goal here, we’ll look at XnResize but if you want more features, try XnConvert. XnResize and XnConvert are available for Windows (setup installer or portable version), Mac, and Linux.

One issue with XnResize is it doesn’t accept dropping folders onto the window. However, folders can be recursively added with the “Add folder” button. From the Action tab, you can choose the resize options from presets or enter dimensions manually and choose the mode of fit, fill, longest/shortest side, width, or height. The output window is where you select the save location, naming options, and save format. There’s dozens of different output image formats to choose from.

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This tool is also worth mentioning because it’s basically the command line version of XnConvert. If you want to resize, transform, filter, adjust, or add effects to images from the command line or a batch script, download and try NConvert.

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5. Batch Convert Images From A Webpage

This method is not actually what many users might think it is. You don’t upload anything to the internet as all the work is done within the browser using Javascript so the images never leave your computer. A number of websites can resize images using this method. They all work in a similar way and the only real differences are the options each one has. We’ll look at Bulk Resize Photos.

Bulk Resize Photos is quite good because it offers a number of different ways to process the images. You can resize by percentage scale, file size, exact dimensions, width, height, or longest side. Simply drop the images onto the window or browse your computer, select the resize method and its options, then click Start Resizing. Single images will save normally but multiple images will be saved into a Zip archive.

The Expert Mode button gives options for saving as JPG, WebP, or PNG, and changing the quality level. Bulk Resize Photos also has some useful options like a URL where you can visit the site with the same settings applied each time and a Chrome App that acts like a standalone program.

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Other webpage based image resizers we tested were Image Resizer Online, Birme, and RedKetchup Bulk Image Resizer. Do note that none of the online converters we list support folders or recursive processing, only image files are accepted for drag and drop or file browsing.

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Mathieu1 month ago

Hello Raymond,

Since your review of redketchup.io/bulk-image-resizer, there’s been a lot of new features added to the tool (e.g. PNG compression, support of folders and zip, resize by file size)

I invite you to take a look at the website again.


This is my favorite:
adionSoft Fast Image Resizer
very small, no installation, works fast, simple options, supports drag and drop.
Hasn’t been updated since 2010 but that doesn’t matter as it works great on Windows 10 and it’s less than 1 MB in size.

Paul1 year ago

ugh, not found what i was looking for..

My need is:

1) providing one photo.
2) applying all sort of effects not too aggressive
3) choose number of photos to create
4) the app will create each photos with a progressive different level of filter (effect) per image


That sounds like something you will only be able to do manually or by making a batch file.

Sans Stokes3 years ago

Heyy Thanks for sharing the information . My query is related to resizing the images on mac. How can I resize images on mac ? What are the specific software for resizing images on mac?


I forgot to mention: Fotosizer will include subfolders, and preserves the folder structure.

Barbara3 years ago

I’ve downloaded Fotosizer and have been very happy with it. I had already copied all my photos to a USB hard drive, and also backed them up to Google Photos. I wanted to downsize them in place on my computer, overwriting them rather than making a copy.

Fotosizer has many options, and one is to put the resized photo in the same folder, and you can specify that the filename should be the same as the original. You can also specify which file types should be downsized: I didn’t want to downsize .psd files, or raw files, or videos, or any non-photo files that are in my folders. Since over 90% of my photos are .jpg, I chose to downsize only those.

The program is easy to use. (I’m using it on Windows 10 Pro.) It’s relatively quick, it saves your settings automatically, and it opens to the folder you last copied, so you don’t have to keep notes of how far you’ve got.

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I had tried to do this with Photoshop Elements, but it insisted on making a copy of the original, and I coouldn’t find any way of eliminating file types I didn’t want to process.


The program is NOT easy to use. (I’m using it on Windows 10).

Harlan M. Hicks4 years ago

Here is another great free online tool: jpgtopdf.com . It allows you to convert images to pdf quite easily. You don’t need to register and it’s completely free :)


FastStone Photo Resizer is very easy to use and best re-sizing simple software .
Resize based on one side – very good option.

Only two settings
1..Adjust image size ( width and height in PIXEL or in percentage ) IN ADVANCED OPTIONS

ARahman4 years ago

“FILEminimizer Pictures” , #2 on this list, did excatly what I wanted, and, it’s free (NOT free trial).
You can also control the quality of the compression across the board for all the batch.

Thanks so much.


There is great online image resizing tool imagechanger.net

doublerebel5 years ago

Just found a great syntax menu tool, open-source:
Doesn’t get easier or better than that.


Very well illustrated. Good one.

Roano Nguyen5 years ago

We can use a very fast image resize tool at imageresizertool.com. It works like a charm.


I have IrfanView but I never realized that it has image converter options that I needed! Thank you very much for the info!

mikycomputers6 years ago

Thanks for the list!

I use FastStone Photo Resizer – It is great!! Load with features, easy to use, you can save the configs – Great!


Raymond thanks


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