What size Picture Keeper do I need?

Greg Dalrymple posted this on Sep 18, 2015

Calculating How Much Space You Need

For a more accurate answer to which capacity Picture Keeper you will need, take a look at the instructions below to determine the current size of your photos library.

 

Windows XP

• Click the Windows start button.

Start Button

• Right click on 'My Pictures' folder.

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• A submenu will appear. Click 'Properties'.

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• Look for ‘Size on disk’.

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  • Do this for each location that you know you have pictures stored and add up the totals.  If less than 3.00 GB you require the PK 4 model; if less than 7.00 GB you need the PK 8 model. If less than 15.00 GB, you need the PK 16 model. More than 16.0 GB? Check out the PK Pro.

You can also "Make Your Own Picture Keeper" by purchasing our software to put on your own USB drive.  It's really easy to do!  Need more info?  Click here!

 If you have any questions, please contact us prior to placing an order. 



 

Windows 7

• Click the Windows start button.

Start Button

• Right click on the 'Pictures' folder.

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• A submenu will appear. Click 'Properties'.

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• Look for ‘Size on disk’.

 Win_5

  • Do this for each location that you know you have pictures stored and add up the totals.  If less than 3.00 GB you require the PK 4 model; if less than 7.00 GB you need the PK 8 model. If less than 15.00 GB, you need the PK 16 model. More than 16.0 GB? Check out the PK Pro.

You can also "Make Your Own Picture Keeper" by purchasing our software to put on your own USB drive.  It's really easy to do!  Need more info?  Click here! 

If you have any questions, please contact us prior to placing an order.

 

 

 

WIndows 8 and 10

  • Open a File Manager window. Click the Windows Start button

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  • Click File Manager to open the "This PC" window.

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  • Click Properties to display the siaze of the database.

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  • Do this for each location that you know you have pictures stored and add up the totals.  If less than 3.00 GB you require the PK 4 model; if less than 7.00 GB you need the PK 8 model. If less than 15.00 GB, you need the PK 16 model. More than 16.0 GB? Check out the PK Pro.

You can also "Make Your Own Picture Keeper" by purchasing our software to put on your own USB drive.  It's really easy to do!  Need more info?  Click here! 

If you have any questions, please contact us prior to placing an order.

 

 

 

Mac 

• Open Finder and select 'Pictures'. Control click on the 'iPhoto Library' or Photos Library and select 'Show Package Contents'

Finder

• Control click on the 'Masters' folder and select 'Get Info'. Older versions of iPhoto use a folder called 'Originals'.

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• Look for ‘Size on disk’.

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  • Do this for each location that you know you have pictures stored and add up the totals.  If less than 3.00 GB you require the PK 4 model; if less than 7.00 GB you need the PK 8 model. If less than 15.00 GB, you need the PK 16 model. More than 16.0 GB? Check out the PK Pro.

 

You can also "Make Your Own Picture Keeper" by purchasing our software to put on your own USB drive.  It's really easy to do!  Need more info?  Click here! 

If you have any questions, please contact us prior to placing an order.

 

 

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