Managing the thousands upon thousands of photographs that are stored on a computer can prove rather difficult. From locating the individual images to storing and organization the content, all of this tends to grow more challenging as the photograph collection grows. With the help of Picasa though, all of this is a thing of the past as the software is specifically designed to help managing and organizing photographs, all without requiring an Internet connection at all.
After the installation of the software, which is rather easy to do and self explanatory, the software boots up automatically in order to scan the computer system for any pictures that may have been added since last opening (such as a file downloaded from the Internet).
Beyond just providing an easy way to locate, store and manage photographs, it is a nice tool for quickly editing pictures and backing up the data as well. While there are far more intensive programs for photo editing, when someone just needs some basic tools to clean up a photograph, Picasa is a great title for this. It is possible to select any photograph on the computer, crop the picture, resize it and add several different effects in order to improve the quality and look of the picture. All of these edit features come with the push of a button.
Once an image is saved or has been edited, it is possible to backup the file or share it with friends. Through the easy share feature, a user can efficiently email the photograph, upload it to social media or do just about anything else they might typically use a photograph for. There is even a built in collage creator with the software, so combining different photographs into a collage is as simple as simply clicking and dragging the photographs into the edit screen.
All in all, this is a great tool for anyone who has a large number of photographs stored on their computer and when they want to quickly edit, batch upload or sort their images. There really is nothing else like it.