Tag Archives: resizer

[v10.2.1] MiniTool Partition Wizard – Intuitive and easy-to-use disk partition manager

[v10.2.1] MiniTool Partition Wizard – Intuitive and easy-to-use disk partition manager

MiniTool Partition Wizard is capable of direct performing a variety of nondestructive operations (does not destroy the data stored in hard drive) to disk partitions without restarting the computer. This includes: modify partition size, copy/clone partition, create/delete/format partition, merge/split partition, move/extend partition, change the drive letter, set active partition, convert the format/file system of partition, hide partition, copy protected data on disk, and so on.

[v3.2.4] IM-Magic Partition Resizer – Easiest and fastest way to merge or resize partition

Users who often play with computers and move files back and forth for collating generally have such a need: merging scattered multiple small partitions into a large one - partition extending; splitting a big partition into several small ones - partition shrinking. Both are collectively referred to as partition resizing/redistributing/reallocating.

[v3.1.0] Alien Skin Blow Up – Extremely excellent nondestructive image zoomer

Alien Skin Software's BlowUp is a ultra-high-quality and pretty handy nondestructive image zooming tool released as Adobe Photoshop/Lightroom's filter plugin and standalone application. Its powerful features even leave many similar software (such as BenVista PhotoZoom Pro, Reshade Image Enlarger, Inpixio Photo Maximizer Pro...) in the dust!

SmillaEnlarger – Easy, fast and high-quality non-lossy image enlarger

SmillaEnlarger – Easy, fast and high-quality non-lossy image enlarger

In some cases, we may need to enlarge an image in order to see its more details. For high-definition pictures, if just zoom in several times, its quality can still make users satisfied; But when you need to enlarge it to more than ten times or even dozens of times, that must cause a sudden drop on quality and the appearance of jagged image (also called Mosaic). As to low-resolution images, the situation is even worse.