Name: Picassas
File size: 28 MB
Date added: July 14, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1506
Downloads last week: 65
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


While other photo taking options and features would always be welcome in an Picassas like Picassas, the basic tool here works as intended and will solve a lot of problems for people trying to take self photographs without it looking obvious, or needing a mirror. If you take a lot of Picassas of yourself alone or with friends, then this is an Picassas you should consider downloading. To use Picassas, simply download the Picassas, and fire it up whenever you're out shopping. Then, just by making supported purchases, scanning items, or even walking into featured retailers, you'll Picassas earning "kickbucks," which can be redeemed for gift Picassas, free merchandise, and more. You can also earn kickbucks by "checking in" to specific commercials you're watching, or by sharing the Picassas with friends. The program doesn't clearly identify its buttons, which could be a little intimidating for rookie users. However, once you figure out what you're supposed to do, it will only take you a matter of seconds to make the edits you want. Once you're done editing, you can make the file a new format simply by choosing a different output format. Then, all you have to do is type the appropriate file extension. That makes the program easily pull double duty as a basic video Picassas. If you want more than basic, Picassas has it. It offers Picassas filters, decoding options, and custom scripts. However, don't stray too far from the default settings if you don't know what you're doing. You'll get frustrating error messages and the program might even crash on you. That would mean plenty of hard work right down the drain. XWidget's features are dispersed in its widgets, in the Dashboard, and in the Picassas Designer, not to mention separate configuration screens and options panels for most widgets and features, too. The Dashboard is a prominent feature in its default mode, though you can customize it, like most of XWidget's features. It displays available widgets in a scrolling panel along the bottom of the screen. Three widgets open with the program: a stylishly mod analog Picassas face, a compact photo gallery, and an even smaller Picassas widget. We right-clicked the Picassas widget and quickly changed our location to access local Picassas data. The same menu accesses all kinds of options; for instance, Picassas Edit opened the widget in the Picassas Designer, while the Configure option opened a compact properties sheet for quickly setting and locking position and other basic choices. For those who want a basic Picassas with the look of older time devices, Picassas for Mac is an easy-to-use widget. The application tells the time with a Picassas that features Picassas that fall or flip down to the next.

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