There are plenty of software for resizing images, but do you know that you do not need software to resize batch images on Windows 10? In this article, I’m going to show you a simple trick to resize multiple photos at once under Windows 10.
We will also offer you a small free tool, which integrates seamlessly with the Windows operating system, to do the same thing.
If you want to resize a single image on Windows, you can open it in an image processing software such as Paint, Photos or Photoshop and make the changes manually. However, if you need to resize multiple images, this manual method will be incredibly long and inefficient.
For batch photo compression (because image resizing also compresses), here are two quick methods to use:
Compress Images by Lot with “Send to Recipient”
The easy way to resize one or more photos on Windows 10 is to use a feature of the File Explorer: Send To -> Recipient.
Although the main function of this option is not to “resize images in bulk”, it can still be used. Here’s how :
Step 1 : Select the photos to resize
Step 2 : Click on it with the right button of the mouse and choose “Send to” then “Recipient”.
Step 3 : The “Attach Files” window will appear, choose the image size you want and click on “Join”.
Step 4 : MS Outlook (or the default email software) should launch, Click on one of the photos, “Select All, then” Save As “.
Step 5 : Select a destination folder and save the images and you have just compressed these images.
The images are not only resized but also compressed. The size of these 7 images has increased from 43.4 MB (step 3) to 606 KB (step 5).
Resize Images with Image Resizer for Windows
Image Resizer is a free, small tool and fully integrates with the Windows operating system.
Download and Install Image Resizer for Windows.
Once the program is installed on your computer, go to the folder containing the photos you want to resize. Select the images, right-click and choose “Resize Images”.
Select the size and resize. You can also define a custom size.
These are the two simple methods to resize and compress multiple images at once under Windows. Do you know others?