Remove image properties [Solved/Closed]

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- - Latest reply:  saqin - Nov 5, 2015 at 02:28 PM
Hello,

how to delete the image properties (example: name , date taken , path etc ). for jpeg and png formats mainly.


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hello zohaib

yest it works I tried it but it does not delete all information about images.

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hi again zohaib

i want to delete computer name and the path details this is mainly what I am trying to do


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Hi hamdi_shtay,

You can use the below steps to remove the Date Taken and other personal properties from the image:

1. Right click the image.
2. Select "Properties".
3. Click "Details" tab.
4. Click Remove "Properties and Personal Information" hyperlink at the bottom.
5. Select the options of your choice from here to remove.

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Hi hamdi_shtay,

I can try finding methods to remove other properties of the image file, please mention in your reply what other properties you want to remove from the image file.

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Hi hamdi_shtay,

"Folder path" and "Computer" are properties which are specific to the computer where the picture file is stored. If the picture file is viewed in a different computer or stored in different location, these properties will also change. You are not required to change these manually.

Please reply if you have any further questions.