When I migrated from Windows XP to Windows 7, one of the things I have missed is the Microsoft Powertoys. A couple of the functions have been integrated into Windows 7 (Open Command Window Here and Power Calculator), but there are still a few I am stilling looking for applications to replace them with.
One of applications you could integrate into Windows Explorer was Image Resizer. With a right click on a picture, you could quickly resize a photo without opening an application. Well, I am glad to say I have found a replacement for it.
Image Resizer Powertoy Clone is, as it's name implies, a clone of the original Microsoft Powertoy.
Just right click on a photo and choose 'Resize Pictures' from the context menu.
Then just select a size, to make the pictures smaller not larger or if you want to resize the originals, or make copies. Then click OK. It's that simple. And it's available in both 32 and 64-bit versions for Windows Vista and Windows 7.
For more information and to download Image Resizer Powertoy Clone for Windows, please visit their web site.