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Fast Resize

Resize Multiple Images in Batch Using Drag & Drop

$25
v2 Mac & PC 
Platforms: Mac from 10.10 and above Windows from Windows 7 and above
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Have you ever tried to email an image, only to discover that it’s huge in your email message? Ever run into file size limitations because the image is just too massive? Both scenarios used to require jumping through hoops and launching an editor to resize images, but today’s discount software promotion is much easier – it’s Fast Resize!

Fast Resize lets you quickly resize one or more images using an intuitive Drag & Drop interface. With Fast Resize, you’ll be able to easily scale images based on a fixed output size in pixels or percentage of the original size. You can also manually set JPEG compression based on your quality needs. Using the default settings in Fast Resize means you’ll be able to send up to 20 images in a single email message with most service providers.

Do you need to resize a whole folder of images, but don’t want to spend all day in front of a computer? Fast Resize offers support for resizing multiple images in batch! You can just drag and drop an entire folder of images into the program and let the whole process run automatically! Resized images can be stored in the same folder, to a subfolder, or to any folder of your choice!

This promotion includes the following:
Fast Resize for Windows v2 ($25)
Fast Resize for Mac ($25)

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Stephen Kreyling Registration is broken, the registration email never arrives?
Sep 3 2020 at 3:24am Copy Link
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Jeanie Kiser No registration email received, even after resend.
Sep 3 2020 at 4:22am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea Could you please try using an email with a a popular domain name such as @outlook.com or @yahoo.com or @gmail.com?
BitsDuJour Admin - Sep 3 2020 at 6:15am Copy Link
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John User It's funny how this works. I recently opened an email account at hey.com and have been phasing out my gmail and yahoo accounts for a number of reasons.

Now I am being told to use a "popular domain name."
Sep 3 2020 at 6:24am Copy Link
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Jo Ann Rice Just thought I'd chime in here and say that I do have an obscure email address and received my registration information within a few minutes and was able to register the software without any issues. Haven't tried it yet, will do so in a little while, but figured I'd say it does work, but maybe some emails are caught in their filter or something.
Sep 3 2020 at 11:49am Copy Link
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jacques s. I got a notice on Win 10: "Download was blocked because it could harm your device".
@Constantin Florea
Any idea why?
Thank you.
Sep 3 2020 at 2:10pm Copy Link
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Stephen Kreyling This company will send you a newsletter to your email address, but no registration code to the same email address?..will uninstall the software not worth it.
Sep 3 2020 at 2:41pm Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @jacques s., I just sent you an email.
BitsDuJour Admin - Sep 3 2020 at 3:38pm Copy Link
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RC Just tried it; I was able to download and install without any problems and I did receive a key from the publisher.
Sep 3 2020 at 4:07pm Copy Link
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