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Simple Solution to Remove Personal Data From Photographs

All photographs taken by you contain some personal information such as camera model, date and time, exposure, aperture, ISO, what camera mode was used, whether or not a flash fired, information about image editing program, etc. If for some reasons, you don’t want to disclose these details (EXIF data), you need to make sure that no such information is saved within the picture files.

Free EXIF Eraser is a lightweight, portable application that allows you to easily and effectively delete entire EXIF/IPTC/XMP information from image files.

All you have to do is simply select a directory containing image files and EXIF eraser will erase all the EXIF data from the files in this directory. It will not make any damage to the original photographs.

It runs on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit Editions. It is very small, needs no installation, you can run directly from a USB driver. Download EXIF Eraser. [Similar utility]

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