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Google Picasa and Murphy's Law
And as the old saying about "Punishment of success, and rewarding of failure", there is this little tidbit.

Google is Shutting Down Picasa on May 1, 2016. And note what is preceding it.

Quote:Google will be shutting down Picasa Web Albums on May 1, 2016, and as of March 15, 2016, it will no longer support the Picasa Desktop application. Google appears to be dropping Picasa web albums in favor of Google Photos - if you currently have photos and/or videos in Picasa web albums you can access, edit, and share them by logging in to Google Photos. If you'd prefer not to use Google Photos, you'll need to wait a bit - Google says ".... for those of you who don’t want to use Google Photos or who still want to be able to view specific content, such as tags, captions or comments, we will be creating a new place for you to access your Picasa Web Albums data. That way, you will still be able to view, download, or delete your Picasa Web Albums, you just won’t be able to create, organize or edit albums."

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You'll still be able to use Picasa Desktop, but there won't be any further updates and Google won't be providing support for the program after March 15, 2016. If you like it and use it, I'd suggest downloading the latest version and keeping on hand in case you want to re-install it down the road.

Everywhere I go, Picasa is the preferred photo management tool among writers and experts, so naturally it has to go. Too much success I guess. Can't have that. S22

I supposed that Picasa is not enough smartphone looking. They want it to be replaced by a smartphone app. One which is much simplier to use and which can be used on a wide range of platforms.

Well, I'm not too worried: Concurencing freewares abund... S5

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