Deconvolution microscopy is a very useful, software-based technique allowing to deblur microscopy images and increase both lateral and axial resolutions. It can be used along with many of fluorescence microscopy imaging techniques. By increasing axial resolution, it also enables three-dimensional imaging using a basic wide-field fluorescence microscope. Unfortunately, commercially available deconvolution software is expensive, while freely available programs have limited capabilities of a batch file processing. In this work we presentBatchDeconvolution, a Fiji plugin that bridges two programs that we used subsequentlyin an image deconvolution pipeline: PSF Generator and DeconvolutionLab2, both from Biomedical Imaging Group, EPFL. Our software provides a simple way to perform a batch processing of multiple microscopy files with minimal working time required from the user.