Before posting or sharing photos you might like the piece of mind knowing that there isn’t any identifiable information stored in the metadata of your images. For example, if you’ve taken a photo using your cellphone there is a good chance that the image was also tagged with the GPS location where it was shot.
The free FileMind QuickFix tool removes all GPS location data, EXIF tags (stores date/time the photo was taken, camera type, and more), Iptc and XMP tags (stores descriptive metadata such as copyright). It will also chop out any embedded previews that are saved in the image.
This is a pretty nice tool since it only takes a single click to remove the data, and the interface is about as simple as it gets. If you’re worried about the “hidden” data stored in your images I highly recommend downloading this app.
FileMind QuickFix Homepage (Windows only; Freeware)