An ini file extension is related to the Google Picasa an image editing and organizing software. An ini file contains information about photo album.

There are 2 other file types using
the INI file extension!

ini icon.ini - Text configuration data [common]

empty icon.ini - Simple Exchange Rate Information

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INI file extension - Google Picasa album info

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File type specification:

Various data file type icon Various data file type

ini file icon: ini filetype icon

The ini file extension is also used by Google Picasa, an image organizer and image viewer for organizing and editing digital photos.

The ini file used in Google Picasa contains album info.

As of Picasa for Windows version 71.18, all newly created *.ini files are named *.picasa.ini

This ini file type entry was marked as obsolete and no longer supported file format.

This type of file is no longer actively used and is most likely obsolete. This is typically the case for system files in old operating systems, file types from long discontinued software, or previous versions of certain file types (like documents, projects etc.) that were replaced in higher versions of their original programs.

The default software associated to open ini file:

Google Picasa icon

Google Inc. logoGoogle Picasa  Microsoft Windows software

Company or developer:
Google Inc.

Picasa is a popular photo viewer and photo organizer developed by Google. It can also edit photos and has integrated service to share photos to Picasa Web Albums. Picasa Web Albums is also integrated to Google social network called Google+.

Picasa was developed  by Idealab in 2002. Idealab sold Picasa to Google in 2004. Picasa is available for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

Picasa was discontinued on March 15, 2016.

Google Picasa for Mac icon

Google Inc. logoGoogle Picasa for Mac  Apple macOS / Mac OS X software

Company or developer:
Google Inc.

Picasa for Mac is a popular photo viewer and photo organizer developed  by Idealab in 2002, that was acquired by Google in 2004. Picasa can edit photos and has integrated service to share photos to Picasa Web Albums. Picasa Web Albums is also integrated to Google social network called Google+.

Picasa was discontinued on March 15, 2016.

Google Picasa for Linux icon

Google Inc. logoGoogle Picasa for Linux  Linux/Unix software

Company or developer:
Google Inc.

Picasa for Linux is a photo organizer, viewer, editor and converter. It has integrated service to share photos to Picasa Web Albums. Picasa Web Albums is also integrated to Google social network called Google+.

Picasa was discontinued on March 15, 2016.

Help how to open:

The ini files are used for internal purposes of Google Picasa.

How to convert:

Conversion to other formats is not possible.

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Software that open ini file - Google Picasa album info

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