Picasa for Windows 10 – Picasa is a photo editing management software that developed by Google. This app helps you to instantly find, edit and share all the pictures on your Windows PC. Every time you open Picasa, it automatically locates all your pictures (even ones you forgot you had) and sorts them into visual albums organized by date with folder names you will recognize.
Unfortunately, Google just decided to retire Picasa App in order to focus on a single photo service called Google Photos – a new, smarter photo app that works seamlessly across mobile and the web. But don’t worry, Google said for those who have already downloaded Picasa, it will continue to work as it does today. So, we provide this software to you all, so you can download the Latest version of Picasa for Windows 10 PC from the link on below.
Download Picasa 3 for Windows 10
App Name: Picasa App
File size: 13.04 MB
Category: Photo Editing
Last Updated: 2018-11-07
Operating system: Windows 10 (64/32 bit)
Compatible with: Windows 7,8/8.1,XP,Vista
Alternative Link Download Picasa (Mirror Site)
Features of Picasa 3 for Windows 10
With this App you can drag and drop to arrange your albums and make labels to create new groups. Picasa makes sure your pictures are always organized.
Picasa for PC also makes advanced editing simple by putting one-click fixes and powerful effects at your fingertips. And Picasa makes it a snap to share your pictures, you can email, print photos home, make gift CDs, instantly share your images and albums, and even post pictures on your own blog.
How To Install and Setup Picasa on Windows 10 PC / Laptop
- Make sure you have the last version of Picasa for windows 10 by downloading from the link on above
- Run the Picasa installation file on your PC
- Choose the discs or folders to be scanned (displayed by Picasa), such as your “My Pictures” or “Pictures” folder on your computer. If you have pictures or videos anywhere besides that folder, then choose those other folders as well. You can always make selections later at Tools > Folder Manager.
- Select your viewer – the default is the Picasa Photo Viewer. This can be changed later under Tools > Configure Photo Viewer > File Types tab (select “Don’t use Picasa Viewer”)
- If you’re presented with the option to install “Autobackup” – don’t install it. You can later decide whether you want to use Google Photos Backup (Desktop Uploader) and install it from: https://photos.google.com/apps)
- In Picasa3, go to View > Folder View and change the default “Flat Folder View” to “Tree View”
- Go back to View > Folder View and select “Sort by Name”
- Under View, select “Small Pictures” and “Hidden Pictures”
- Under View > Thumbnail Caption, choose “Filename”
- Go to Tools > Options > File Types tab and select everything so all photos and videos will be displayed in Picasa; click OK.
- Go to Tools > Options > General tab – for Automatic updates select “Don’t check for updates,” click OK
- If you choose to use Name Tags for facial recognition, be aware that with the discontinuation of Picasa Web Albums, name tags applied to photos won’t display in Google Photos because Google Photos has it’s own automatic facial recognition feature.
- Under Tools > Options > Name Tags tab, you can deselect everything so that name tags won’t be created.
- If you do want to use name tags and select “Enable face detection” and “Enable suggestions” be sure to click “Store name tags in photo” then click OK
How To FiX Picasa Not working on Windows 10
Some people facing this problem when they try to installing picasa on windows 10. It has worked on previous versions of Windows but for some strange reason it can’t be installed on Windows 10. Then, you’ll need to do one of this fixing guide:
- First methode: Download older version of Picasa, install it, and then allow it to update itself to latest version. We know that this is a weird bug, and we don’t know what’s causing it, but this is a simple workaround that was proven to be successful.
- Second methode: If you manage to install Picasa on Windows 10, but you can’t run it for some reason, try running it as an administrator. Just right click the Picasa shortcut, and choose Run as administrator from the menu.