Notice the tools in the lower-right of the window above? Well, let me magnify it for you. We see the "Picture Tray", two buttons which are "HOLD" and "CLEAR", and the Picasa photo tools output options. When you drag a photo down into the Picture Tray, the photo will be chosen to be manipulated by the tools area. Selecting "HOLD" will keep the photo/image in the Picture Tray, and "CLEAR" will remove the photo/image from the Picture Tray. The tools area is an export/output section, where you can Print the selected photos you put into the Picture Tray, Email them, export them to another folder of your choice, and even order photos online. You have a vast amount of options, and they are all at your fingertips. There is also a magnifying slider bar, which increases or decreases the size of the thumbnails when viewing your albums. I had it set to the middle, which is the default.
If you right-click on an image, and click on PROPERTIES, you will see the EXIF info. One line of data which didn't necessarily make sense, was the resolution line. Please note this happened with a D100 image, and I have not tested this on other camera file types. If anything, this should be of notice to D100 owners only. This is merely an EXIF reader issue, and as you well know, Nikon's EXIF info is not easily read by EXIF readers or viewers (for example, ISO info is rarely tagged in viewers and even Photoshop doesn't catch it).