Easy Image Compressor

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This online image compressor

employs a clever combination of the best compression algorithms to reduce JPEG, GIF, and PNG images to their smallest possible size while preserving the required level of quality.


Image Compression

In the realm of digital files, compression refers to the act of encoding information using fewer bits than what is found in the original file. In other words, it's about converting a large file into a smaller one.

There are two types of compression: lossless compression and lossy compression. Lossless compression involves removing empty, unnecessary, or duplicate bits from the original file, resulting in a smaller file that retains exactly the same quality as the original. Lossy compression, on the other hand, entails removing excessive or unimportant bits from the original file, producing a smaller file but with reduced quality. With lossy compression, the final file size depends on the amount of quality loss you can accept.

Why Compress Images?

Depending on the source, image files can be quite large. For instance, a JPEG file from a professional digital SLR camera can reach dozens of megabytes. Depending on your needs, this file might be too large. Compressing such an image would be highly beneficial.

Likewise, you may have bulky images on your phone that occupy a significant amount of storage space, hindering you from taking more photos. By compressing them, you can free up internal storage space and solve this problem.

How Does the Image Compressor Work?

Our tool utilizes lossy compression to reduce image files. It supports three types of files: PNG, JPG/JPEG, and GIF. This system intelligently analyzes the uploaded images and reduces them to the smallest file size possible without compromising overall quality.

To get started, you need to upload the images you want to our image compressor. In other words, you don't have to upload only JPG's , you can also upload PNG and other's formats

First, click the "Select" button and browse for your images. Once uploaded, you'll see thumbnails of all your images in the queue. You can monitor their progress in real-time as our server processes them.

As mentioned, our server will determine the optimal compression rate to reduce file size without significant quality loss. However, if you desire more or less compression, you can control it. Click on the thumbnail of the image you want to adjust. Then, move the quality slider up or down until you find a file size/quality setting that suits you. When you're done, press the "OK" button and repeat these steps with the next image.

Ready for another batch? Click the "start" button and start over. You can use this tool for free as many times as you need.

Is Image Compression Safe?

There's no need to worry about the security of our free service. Your original files will remain untouched on your system, so if you're not satisfied with the compressed files, you can simply try again. Additionally, our personnel-free system purges all data after one hour, so you don't have to be concerned about the security of your data.


If you encounter any issues or have questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're here to help!