Digital photographs, whether they come from your point-and-shoot camera, dSLR, or your smartphone, contain hidden data. Most of the data is harmless, like the model of the camera and settings used in the shot. You might, however, want to limit the sharing of GPS data, which could reveal where you live, work, or where your kids go to school.
If you want to keep all the data intact, but make a scrubbed copy to share safely, you can do so in Windows without any additional software. However, not all versions of Windows support the removal of metadata from photos. Alternatively, … Read more