- Dec 17, 2013
Sometimes you have a photo that's too large for an email attachment or where you'd like to use it. While you can export images into smaller sizes using many editors, Microsoft's PowerToys has a simple tool that lets you resize images in bulk that integrates directly with the File Explorer. With just a few clicks, you can resize images to a set of preset sizes or any custom size that you'd like. There are also encoding options and several other options you can select to create images. PowerToys is currently in beta, but it has a collection of handy little tools that make managing images easier.
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