Google Picasa 188.8.131.529Google, Inc. – 1.5MB – Shareware – Windows
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PicaSafe not just encrypts your private photos inside of a single password-protected executable file, but also allows you to view them by simply running the file and entering a password. It creates a Windows executable that contains your pictures securely encrypted. To view or print the snapshots, just double-click that file and enter your password and your pictures will be displayed in a convenient manner or played back in a slide-show. No files are created on the hard drives, and thus no way for anyone to snatch those images from right under your nose!
Are you a fashion or a wedding photographer? Impress your customers by delivering full-size proofs instead of watermarked matchbox-size copies!
Want even more security? Fool the hackers by making them believe they've nailed it! Add an alternative set of pictures, and that set will be displayed if they try to view your album without knowing the right password.
You can showcase PicaSafe albums on any computer even if PicaSafe is not installed, and no traces will be left when you stop the show. You can even create new protected albums without installing PicaSafe! Fill your flash disk with protected digital albums, bring the stick with you and show the images on any Windows PC.
If you need to recover the originals, you can easily extract them back with your original password.
Google Picasa is a Shareware software in the category Audio & Multimedia developed by Google, Inc..
It was checked for updates 12,975 times by the users of our client application UpdateStar during the last month.
The latest version of Google Picasa is 184.108.40.2069, released on 10/17/2015. It was initially added to our database on 08/27/2007. The most prevalent version is 220.127.116.119, which is used by 43 % of all installations.
Google Picasa runs on the following operating systems: Windows. The download file has a size of 1.5MB.
Users of Google Picasa gave it a rating of 4 out of 5 stars.
What is Google Picasa?
Google Picasa is a free photo management software that allows users to organize, edit, and share their photos.
Is Picasa still supported by Google?
No, Google stopped supporting Picasa in March 2016 and has since replaced it with Google Photos.
What operating systems is Picasa compatible with?
Picasa is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.
Can I use Picasa on my mobile device?
No, Picasa is a desktop application and is not available for mobile devices.
Can I still download Picasa?
Yes, you can still download the last version of Picasa from various third-party websites but it is no longer officially supported.
Is Picasa secure?
Picasa is generally considered to be secure, but it is always recommended to use antivirus software and keep your system up-to-date.
How much does Picasa cost?
Picasa is a free software provided by Google.
What are some of Picasa's key features?
Photo organization: Picasa allows users to easily organize their photos into folders and albums. Editing tools: Picasa offers various basic editing tools such as cropping, color adjustment, and red-eye reduction. Sharing options: Picasa allows users to share their photos directly from the software to social media platforms or email.
Can I transfer my photos from Picasa to Google Photos?
Yes, users can transfer their photos from Picasa to Google Photos by downloading the Google Photos Backup & Sync app and following the instructions.
Where can I get help with Picasa?
Since Picasa is no longer officially supported by Google, you can look for help on various third-party forums or through online tutorials.
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