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Google's Picasa 2.7 Beta For Linux

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Published on 09 December 2007 09:54 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Google
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If GIMP 2.4.0 doesn't meet your needs for photo editing or captioning and F-Spot doesn't suit you well, Google has released a beta 2.7 version of Picasa for Linux. Picasa for Linux premiered last year and uses WINE as opposed to a full-blown native port. The Linux beta version of Picasa 2.7 includes support for uploading to your online Picasa album, improvements to importing, better RAW support, and other enhancements. This updated version of Picasa can be found on the Google download page.

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