Google Photos users will lose the free storage they’ve enjoyed over the past few years in a couple of days. Google announced last year that free and unlimited photo backup to Google Photos is coming to an end. This means that you will not be able to use Google Photos cloud storage to back up and store unlimited “high quality” for free after June 1, 2021. Users will be required to comply with the 15 GB free cloud storage provided by Google by default, or pay for a subscription to Google One to get Photos cloud storage. Google uses the free usage level up to a specific photo resolution, and now all photo uploads will take into account the use of cloud storage space. Given that it’s almost time for people to start paying for Google Photos storage, we’ll show you how you can download all of your Google Photos to your PC or Mac, so you don’t lose any of your precious memories as it changes. Google. inside.
There are now several ways to download all of your Google Photos from Google Cloud Backup. Now, everyone has different types of libraries in terms of size, organization and what the user plans to do with the photos, so there may be different approaches that suit different people in the methods mentioned below. The easiest way for users is to download images from Google Photos (photos.google.com) one at a time. Now, while it’s a time-consuming process, it’s considered one of the most authentic and personalized approaches, in case users don’t want to download all the images to Google Photos. To download a photo, users must go to photos.google.com> sign in to your Google Account> open an image> click the three-point menu in the upper right> click Download. Users can also select multiple images at once and download them together. However, if you download multiple images together, the selected images are compressed into a single zip file.
If users have categorized their Google photos into albums, they can also download previously sorted collections by albums. On the “Albums” tab, users can select “View All Albums,” where they can view their entire collection. Click Individual Album> click the three-point menu at the top right of the screen> click “Download All.” This will re-compress the files and give you a single zip file.
Now, download all of your Google Photos at once. The fastest way to back up all your Google photos is through Google Takeout. Google Takeout is a tool that can be used to export all kinds of user data that you have saved to Google applications, such as Keep Notes, emails, Google Chrome history, and more. To download all photos using Google Takeout, users must go to takeout.google.com> sign in to your Google Account> create a new export. Now, clicking “Create a new export” will open a list of checkboxes that will allow you to select the content you want to download from each of Google’s services. If you only want to download photos, deselect everything except Google Photos or click “deselect all” on the “Select data to include” tab, then select Google Photos from the list. If you check the Google Photos box, the image library will be included in the download. Alternatively, if you click the “All Photo Albums Included” button, a pop-up window will allow you to select or deselect specific albums from your library, as well as entire years. After selecting albums, click OK> Next Step. This will open a number of export options.
There is a “Delivery Method” drop-down menu where users can choose to receive a download link in their email. There is also an option to transfer data to another cloud platform like Dropbox, OneDrive or Box. Users can also select from one-time or periodic exports and select the desired file type. There is also the option to select the maximum size of the download files. For example, if the total data is 12 GB and the user selects 1 GB as the maximum download size as 1 GB, Google will send 12 separate download links for each 1 GB file. Once all this is done, users should click “Create Export”, after which Google will display a message saying “Google is creating a copy of Google Photos files”. Google will begin creating your backup and send you download links as soon as it’s ready. It usually takes a few minutes to several hours.
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