IMAGEmini

IMAGEmini 1.60

IMAGEmini allows you to lower the size of multiple image files at once.
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IMAGEmini allows you to lower the size of multiple image files at once. The tool works as a photo squeezer and resizer, optimizing your photo collection for easy sharing with friends and for uploading to websites. In addition, it helps you save storage space on your computer, as it provides a simple way to preserve the same amount of pictures at their original resolution yet reduced to a smaller size.

The program opens with a straightforward and user-friendly interface that lets you manage the tool's functions with ease. You are provided with two resizing modes that differ in terms of quality preservation. No matter what resizing mode you decide to use, the pictures' optimization procedure is mostly the same. All you need to do is drag and drop the files into the application and the program will optimize the pictures' size automatically. The changes made to your pictures can be seen in the preview panel on the right-hand side, which provides a tab-based display of the original photo compared to the resized and, respectively, optimized picture.

As a picture resizer and squeezer, the utility offers to change the resolution of your images by selecting among standard dimension presets or by determining the custom sizes that better fit your needs. As a lossless photo squeezer, the tool compresses the size of large images while preserving the original quality and resolution. At the end of the resizing and squeezing operations, you can export the altered pictures to some of the most common image formats, such as PNG, JPG, and GIF.

All in all, IMAGEmini comes with simple resizing solutions for large image libraries, letting you work on batches of picture files in one session. The array of supported formats is very extensive, so that the chances of not being able to process uncommon image types are reduced to a minimum.

Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary

Pros

  • Two handy resizing modes
  • Compresses images preserving the original resolution
  • Minor quality loss when changing the image resolution
  • Large range of supported image file types

Cons

  • Can't change colored pictures into black and white for consistent size reducing
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