How to Get an Image Size in Pixels in Windows


This example shows you a fast way to get image size dimensions in pixels using Windows.

It’s sometimes useful to see this dimension size information at-a-glance and especially if you need to see many images at once inside a folder.

Steps to view image size in pixels for newer versions of Windows:

1. Open and view the folder/directory where your image exists.

2. Move your mouse cursor over the image file and let it hover there for a second or two. A popup should appear showing the image dimensions in pixels like the example below.

View the pixel dimensions of an image

Steps to view image size in pixels for older versions of Windows:

1. Open and view the folder/directory where your image exists.

2. Right + Click any open space within the folder to display the View menu option as the example shows and select Tiles so that the icons appear as tiles.

image properties in Windows using View

3. Locate your image once again in the new tiles view described in the previous step. The icon should now appear like the example below with pixel size information provided under the image file name. In the example presented here, the image dimensions are 261 x 137 pixels. That’s 261 pixels in width and 137 pixels in height.

basic properties for an image like size