How to Install Picasa and Upload Photos on Mac?

To install Picasa on Mac, make sure you meets the following system requirements: Intel Mac OS X 10.5 or newer, 100 MB available hard disk space, 256 MB RAM and 1024x768 screen resolution or higher.

Following are the steps to Install Picasa and Upload Photos on Mac:

  1. Download "Picasa for Mac" on your Mac.
  2. Double-click the Picasa disk image located on your desktop.
  3. Drag "Picasa" icon to Applications.
  4. Drag the mounted drive and the "picasamac.dmg" disk image to "Trash".
  5. Open "Picasa" from Applications.
  6. When Picasa launches, set the folders for Picasa to scan and display photos.
  7. Open "Picasa" application.
  8. Select "Preferences..." option.
  9. Select "Google+ Photos" tab.
  10. Set the default size to "Best for web sharing (2048px)".
  11. Click "Ok" button.

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