Private Photo Album

Private Photo AlbumPrivate Photo Album is a personal image viewer that keeps intimate photos private. The program has a built-in image viewer, letting you see photos separately or run a full-screen slideshow. The photos are stored in a single executable file with a strong 256-bit encryption and a password access. The file is portable. You can easily move it from one computer to another, or take it with you on one of those USB flash drives or any other removable device. Getting started is simple – just use the wizard to create an album and load photos. There is a choice to make albums public or private. Public albums can be viewed by all people, while private ones are invisible and can be accessed only by you and users you share the access password with. For more privacy, you can protect each album with its own unique password so that one can gain access to one private album but cannot access or even see the others. Each album contains folders. You can create, delete or rename folders and files inside the album with a point-and-click simplicity. To load photos in, you can use the “Add Files” dialog or simply drag and drop files from Windows Explorer. There is also an ability to load photos directly from a digital camera. Supported image formats include .tif, .bmp, .png, .gif, .jpeg, .pcx and others. The photos are stored together with their EXIF data that you can also view. Most any adult or a loving couple has a private folder with the fun pictures from the Web or those they took of each other. The biggest worry for someone who has such files is hiding them from the eyes of their techno savvy kid or all-inquiring parent. Private Photo Album lets you conceal your digital secrets and keep yourself and people around safe from the shame of discovery. Private Photo Album runs on all Windows OS, including Windows Vista.
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