AI Image Enlarger lets you enlarge an image of low to high resolution

Photoshop is not the only software that offers the capability of enlarging your images with the help of artificial intelligence. Many other tools help you upscale and enhance your small and low-definition images. Moreover, they are free. AI Image Enlarger for Windows & Mac is one such freeware.

AI Image Enlarger Freeware

Enlarge an image using AI Image Enlarger

AI Image Enlarger is powered by AI technology and pioneer SRCNN structure. As such, it can enlarge images. Let’s check out how it works!

AI Image Enlarger is available for both the platforms – Windows and Mac. So, download the desired version (Windows, in this case). The latest version of the freeware is fully compatible with the Windows 1o/8/7.

After downloading and installing the program, run it to launch it.

Enlarge the photo

The interface of AI Image Enlarger as it appears is very basic and quite simplistic. You can either drag & drop the image in the section provided or click the ‘File’ menu to access the ‘Add image’ option.

From here, you can browse to the image to be enlarged and select it.

When the image loads, the program allows you to configure its style and ratio. As you can observe in the image above, the four image styles are:

  • Artwork
  • Photo
  • Fast
  • High-grade

Besides, there are two enlargement ratios to select from:

  • Ratios 2x
  • Ratio 4x

Hit the Submit button when you are ready to send the data to the server for processing. It starts enlargement within 30 seconds and when down, displays an option to download the image to your Desktop.

Please note that AI Image Enlarger can upscale and enhance images that are small in size (ranging from no more than 3.5Mb for the .exe file and less than 1Mb for .dmg file). Also, it limits the type of images that you can process.

Nevertheless, the tool works well and is a worthy download. Go get AI Image Enlarge from the official website.

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The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in bio-technology and has an immense interest in following Windows, Office and other technology developments. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software, and being careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware is recommended.

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