making jpegs smaller

making jpegs smaller

11 posts
24 Jan 2013
Hello
I have some images I'd like to upload but would like to make them smaller - all size on my JPEGs is 1.18+
how do i make them smaller?
Thanks

Posted 24 Jan 2013
1919_Images
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1919_Images
Download and use this, its really simple.

http://pixresizer.en.softonic.com/

Posted 24 Jan 2013
GSC4X
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GSC4X
There are lots of ways, photoshop, irfanview or even just MS Paint!  Just resize the image......

Posted 24 Jan 2013
tthompson01
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tthompson01
natalliabridge

Hello I have some images I'd like to upload but would like to make them smaller - all size on my JPEGs is 1.18+ how do i make them smaller? Thanks


Remember to keep your original jpegs.

Resizing them will reduce the quality.
Posted 24 Jan 2013
Plymjack
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Plymjack
One quick way to do a block resize is to use the send option if you have outlook. Right click select send and you get an option to resize them. then cut and paste them into a new folder.
Posted 24 Jan 2013
James51
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James51
One very simple way is to upload them to Facebook, which will automatically resize them for you and then download them again.

Posted 25 Jan 2013
55Photos
Photographer
55Photos
Download picture resizer from Microsoft site. When installed you right click on an image. In the menu you select resize - click on it, you are left with the original full size image and a smaller version too. Really easy to use.

http://microsoft-powertoys-image-resizer.en.softonic.com/


Posted 26 Jan 2013
alexkidd
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alexkidd
http://www.smushit.com/

Posted 26 Jan 2013
Freelanderjason
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Freelanderja..
VSO Image Resizer 4 works for me.

It's free, does batch resizing and makes a copy rather than resizing the original so no fears of you destroying your original.



Posted 26 Jan 2013
theperfectgentleman
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theperfectge..
Fastone resizer for me.
A free download that allows you to resize, watermark and rename and store in different file all in one go. and you still have originals.


Posted 27 Jan 2013
JMHPhoto
Photographer
JMHPhoto
www.pixlr.com is pretty good, as has been pointed out before though, resizing can reduce quality.

Posted 21 Feb 2013
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