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Windows XP can use a Powertoy, which lets you resize images from the right click menu. This tool was not made available for Windows Vista. In search of a similar tool, I found the Image Resizer Powertoy Clone. Here’s how to do this in XP.

Resize Pictures from the Right-click Context Menu in Vista

After installing the tool, right click any image(s), and click Resize Pictures

Image Resizer Powertoy Clone 1

Choose your dimensions and click OK

Image Resizer Powertoy Clone 2

Download Image Resizer Powertoy Clone

Download Image Resizer Powertoy Clone



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14 thoughts on “Image Resizer Powertoy Clone Resizes Pictures in Vista”

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  3. skyzyk says:

    This looks very interesting. I’ll have to give it a try. Get back to later on t. :)

  4. skyzyk says:

    This looks very interesting. I’ll have to give it a try. Get back to later on t. :)

  5. skyzyk says:

    This looks very interesting. I’ll have to give it a try. Get back to later on t. :)

  6. John Reese says:

    In firefox I use Zoom Image to enlarge any photo or graph. My photo editing I like Irfanview for enlarging photos.
    I remember using XP enlarger, but in Vista and 7 you have magnifier which increases the area on the screen.

  7. John Reese says:

    In firefox I use Zoom Image to enlarge any photo or graph. My photo editing I like Irfanview for enlarging photos.
    I remember using XP enlarger, but in Vista and 7 you have magnifier which increases the area on the screen.

  8. John Reese says:

    In firefox I use Zoom Image to enlarge any photo or graph. My photo editing I like Irfanview for enlarging photos.
    I remember using XP enlarger, but in Vista and 7 you have magnifier which increases the area on the screen.

  9. Taylor Ling says:

    This tool really comes in handy when you need a fast resizing of photos for quick preview and sharing … Must have and should be in the native application of Windows itself !

  10. Taylor Ling says:

    This tool really comes in handy when you need a fast resizing of photos for quick preview and sharing … Must have and should be in the native application of Windows itself !

  11. snooperz says:

    Thanks for posting image resizers for both XP and Vista, my question is why doesn’t windows offer it to begin with? Resizing pics is something most of us have to toil with.

  12. snooperz says:

    Thanks for posting image resizers for both XP and Vista, my question is why doesn’t windows offer it to begin with? Resizing pics is something most of us have to toil with.

  13. Taylor Ling says:

    This tool really comes in handy when you need a fast resizing of photos for quick preview and sharing … Must have and should be in the native application of Windows itself !

  14. snooperz says:

    Thanks for posting image resizers for both XP and Vista, my question is why doesn’t windows offer it to begin with? Resizing pics is something most of us have to toil with.

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