PIXresizer 2.0.5

Free Windows-based program resizes and converts photo files one at a time or in batches

  • Category:

    Retouching & Optimization

  • Version:


  • Works under:

    Windows XP / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 2003 / Windows 2000 / Windows Vista / Windows 95 / Windows NT / Windows 98

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Free
  • Vote:
    6.6 (279)
PIXresizer 2.0.5
PIXresizer 2.0.2

PIXresizer is a great tool for users who want to make their photos optimized no matter their size! It is great for those who often need to make their photos smaller or who need to change their formatting often. It is very easy-to-use and has a classic interface. Even the most novice of users could easily run this software.

PIXresizer offers great flexibility for resizing and saving photos. Users can change one photo at a time or they can edit a bunch of photos in one shot. These two options are listed separately, making them easy to find. When users edit multiple photos at once they can clearly see the changes that have been made to their photos with just a few simple clicks. Users can save their new photos in BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, and TIFF file formats.

PIXresizer is not a very robust software. It doesn't have a lot of features or too many options. This is great for new users as it allows for them to do what they need to do without too many frills getting in the way.

This software runs on Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. It is currently only offered in English. It is a completely free download and has a small download size.

For those who want to multitask and accomplish a lot of things with one tool, PIXresizer might not be the best option for you. It is quite basic and doesn't offer a lot of options. That being said, it does exactly what it says it does quite well and rapidly.

There have been some complaints that the image shown in the preview is not always the image that is produced. There have also been complaints that it is very difficult to convert smaller photos in bulk.

Overall, this tool is a great way for people who need to edit large amounts of photos to do so effectively and well. It is easy-to-use and simple to download, making it perfect for an office or places where there will be many users with different skill levels.


  • Works quickly
  • Edits photos well
  • Simple to use
  • Completely free


  • May not run on newer operating systems
  • May be difficult to convert small images in bulk
  • Doesn't have a lot of features
  • Doesn't have a modern interface

PIXresizer complexity out of a simple process like resizing your photos. The software is much more than resizing photos as it can optimize your photos as well. If you want to edit your photos before posting them online, or send them to family and friends through email, you can use PIXresizer. The app provides many preset custom sizes and allows you to alter the file format. PIXresizer supports BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG and TIFF files. The largest file size is the BMP file format so if you want a smaller file size choose one of the other compressed options.

The interface takes a minimalist approach and is not especially pretty to look at. However, if you want a stable application that does exactly what it says it will, PIXresizer is the application for you. You can work with single files or you can place several files into a folder to create a batch process. One nice feature about this program is that if you do choose to use the batch file option, you can see a preview of the files in the folder. If your picture editing programs provide such a wide variety features with a simple and easy-to-use design. The software is perfect for those that work in design and photography. It also accommodates anyone looking to retouch and optimize photos or convert images into other formats.

After launching the program you'll see two tabs. The first tab allows you to work with a single file and the second tab allows you to work in bulk. When you work with a single file you can load the picture into the program select the size from the list of preset options. You can also choose a custom size and input dimensions. Once you select the size you can select the file format and choose whether to save the EXIF data. The program also allows users to rotate the image, output as grayscale, and maintain the aspect ratio when inputting accustom size. Once you're ready to save your image just select the "Save Picture" button and you're ready to go. When working with multiple files, you have the same basic options, however there is also an option to enlarge the picture if needed.

For those that don't want to mess with various settings, you can use the "Apply Recommended" option to apply a list of recommended settings to the photo. This application provides a valuable resource to those that work with pictures on a regular basis and want to save time with basic formatting functions.


  • Free software that does exactly what it says it does.
  • Options to work with single or batch files.
  • Several customization options to fulfill the needs of advanced users.


  • Old-fashioned interface that doesn't provide A modern look.
  • Doesn't provide advanced photo editing options such as removing red-eye.

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