JustResizeIt! – Mass resize your photos with drag & drop

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JustResizeIt! makes batch images resizing never so easy, all you need to do is just drag and drop. You can customize any target size by pixel or percent with locking or unlocking the aspect ratio and choose the right image quality you want.

JustResizeIt! not merely supports batch resizing pictures like Shrink O’Matic, but also implements cross-platform arising from developing based on Adobe AIR (so we need to install Adobe AIR before installation). In addition, JustResizeIt! is lightweight and cute, supports PNG, JPG, GIF and other main image formats.

// How To Use //

  1. Drag and drop one or more images into JustResizeIt!
  2. Wait a few seconds
  3. Drag and drop the resized images out wherever you want them (an e-mail, an office document, or a folder)

// System Requirements //

// Download URLs //

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Direct Fast Link Page (v1.0)

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