Resizing images and screenshots are a part of my daily work. I love it if I can reduce even a millisecond of time in resizing those images. Recently, I bumped into the newly released Microsoft PowerToys. It lets you quickly resize an image just with a right-click and no loss in quality. Let’s see how to use it.
Step 1: To get started, first, we need to install the Microsoft PowerToys. It contains various useful tools, one of such is Image Resizer, which we’ll use this article.
For the unknow, Microsoft PowerToys is an add-on utility for Windows 10 power users, which means they aren’t a native part of Windows 10 and you have to additionally install it from GitHub.
Step 2: Once you have Windows PowerToys installed, right-click on any of the image and you would have a new option called “Resize pictures”. Click on it and you will get the Image Resizer pop-up.
Step 3: From the pop-up, you can select the pre-defined resize values or even enter a custom value. Moreover, it also provides you the option to enter a custom value in Inch, Centimetre, or even Percentage. Leave everything else as default.