Getting Started with Picture Keeper

Items 1-10 of 11

Page
Show per page
How do I use Picture Keeper on Windows?
posted this on Sep 16, 2015
  How do I get started? (Windows 8 and Windows 10)   1. Plug Picture Keeper into any USB port on your computer. From the Desktop Tile, click the File Explorer (Yellow Folder on the Task Bar). Under "Computer" click on the Picture Keeper drive. (may be labeled as an E:, F:, or other ...
How do I use Picture Keeper on a Mac?
posted this on Sep 17, 2015
  Important! When using a Picture Keeper Pro for the first time on a Mac, be aware of this Time Machine message. "Do you want to use this device as a Time Machine Backup"? Answer "No" to this message. A "Yes" answer will format the drive for use as a Time Machine backup. You will need to ...
How do I View My Pictures?
posted this on Sep 17, 2015
There are two ways to view your pictures.  Option One Launch the Picture Keeper software. Press the View and Print Pictures button Make sure your Picture Keeper looks like the one above. If it doesn't, see our article on Updating your Picture Keeper.  The computer name is ...
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. • Right click on 'My ...
A Large External Drive Has Been Found?
posted this on Sep 25, 2015
External Drive Found Message External Disk Drives larger than 80 GB will display a pop up message when the Picture Keeper software is started. You will be asked if you would like the Picture Keeper to scan the external drive for pictures.   Most external drives are used for complete full ...
How do I access my pictures directly? (Windows)
posted this on Sep 25, 2015
You can access the files on your Picture Keeper directly, bypassing the Picture Keeper software.  Windows: Plug in the Picture Keeper. Open a file Manager window as shown below. (Yours may be slightly different.) Find the PKBackup device in the left side window and click once to ...
How Do I Restore My Pictures? (Mac)
posted this on Nov 5, 2015
Mac w/iPhoto or Photos • Plug in the Picture Keeper. You do not need to start the Picture Keeper program • Start iPhoto or Photos. • Click iPhoto/Photos to make it the active screen and then click 'File' at the top of your screen, then, click 'Import to Library' in the drop ...
How do I access my pictures directly? (Mac)
posted this on Nov 5, 2015
You can access the files on your Picture Keeper directly, bypassing the Picture Keeper software. Mac  When the Picture Keeper is recognized by your operating system it will appear as an icon on your desktop. Double click to open it. Find the blue Backups folder. Double click this ...
Does Picture Keeper Work on My Computer?
webadmin admin123 posted this on Apr 25, 2016
Is Picture Keeper Compatible with My Computer?  The Picture Keeper desktop software is fully compatible with the following versions of Windows and Mac.    Windows  Picture Keeper is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows ...
My computer had a virus. How can I make sure my Backup isn't infected?
posted this on Jun 8, 2016
Restoring a Backup from an Infected Computer Often, you may want to use Picture Keeper to save photos from a computer that has been infected with a virus. After doing so, you may be nervous about plugging that Picture Keeper in to a new, uninfected computer.  Thankfully, there are some ...

Items 1-10 of 11

Page
Show per page