Organize your photos
The all-new Google Picasa keeps the same interface structure of previous versions, but features new enriching options to manage, edit, and show off your photos in an even more comfortable way, both offline and online – thanks to the Picasa Web Album syncing tool.
Picasa displays all your indexed photos in a handy folder structure. You can let the program scan the whole drive in search for pictures or select specific directories. A double click on any image will display it in full screen and let you access to a handful of basic editing tools: cropping, straightening, adjusting color and light or fixing red eye, among others.
Much like everything else Google, Picasa is exceptionally straightforward to use, with a tabbed interface offering three options–My Photos, Favorites, and Explore–the last of which lets you browse the public photo library. Next to the tabs, you’ll find a prominent Upload button for adding photos to your albums, which you can set to various levels of privacy. Within your albums, you have the option to view a slideshow, share via e-mail, make a collage or movie, order prints, and edit various aspects.
Technical: Picasa 3.9 Build 136.04
Title: Picasa 3.9 Build 136.04 Filename: picasa39-setup.exe File size: 14.56MB (15,267,728 bytes) Requirements: Windows XP / 2003 / Vista / Windows7 / XP64 / Vista64 / Windows7 64 Languages: Multiple languages License: Freeware Date added: June 5, 2012 Author:
Homepage: picasa.google.com MD5 Checksum: 0086E4B1AC2524B791E39FFCACF6B15E
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