I have photo gallery installed with my windows 10, but according to my reserarch, there is also Windows Live Photo Gallery, which has more features.
All I can find is windows live essentials, but when i look at the programs it will install this is not shown...
Has MS renamed Windows Live Photo Gallery and just called it Photo gallery ?
Have a zillion photos to tag and if I use an MS product it will be tagged within the photo unlike Picasa so will be better for my purposes, unless there is an alternative which adopts the MS tagging...
The new Photos app in Windows 10 (while allowing a variety of editing functions), does not allow me to add a caption, i.e., update the Title attribute of a JPEG file. The old Windows Photo Gallery in Windows 7 was very useful in this regard, since I could update a number of the metadata (EXIF) fields.
How can I do this in Windows 10? Has Microsoft just removed this feature? Seems a retrogade step.
I cannot find a way to move photos from one of the automatically created albums to another existing album. There seems to be no way to tag them as there was in previous versions. Many of my photos are old family pictures scanned over a period of years. Being automatically placed in albums according to date makes finding them very difficult.
I'm having an issue where I'm unable to download/update any apps from the windows 10 store (on the Minix Z64 mini PC). I have tried everything which has been suggested in various other forums (including Microsoft's). The error code displayed is 0x803f7000
I have tried the following with no success: - Checking date/time/region (all correct) - Reset the windows store with WSRESET.EXE (multiple times) - Ran the windows 10 store troubleshooter app - Synced the internet time server
For some reason I have lost use of the Edit Photo options. How to get it back? I can open the photos just fine. But when I click on the edit buttons it says "Can't edit. We are having trouble opening this file for editing." I have not change my file types or anything else. Tried several different pictures and it just keep saying the same thing. Was working just fine for the last 2 years.
In Windows 10, is there a way to download or activate the standard (old) windows photo viewer? The Windows 10 Photos app sucks for more reasons than I can say in one message. But the biggest problem is that it refuses to let me view my photos if I am not connected to the internet. I am in Ethiopia for a few weeks and internet is spotty. I take hundreds of pictures, transfer them to my Surface 3, then try to view them and it gives me an error and won't let me view any of them. Once I have an internet connection I can view them even though they are stored locally.
I am using windows 10, but i face a simple problem. i am unable to open jpg, png file via windows photo viewer. I can't change the option. I have already go to control panel> default program >windows photo viewer but here is no jpg and png file, I see only tiff, tiff file. so at this time how can i solve this problem.
Note: photo open via windows 10 default photos apps.
After installing windows 10 over a 64 bit version of Windows 8.1, my HP 3800 scanner status says driver not installed. I was unable to find the requisite driver within windows or on the net, even on the HP site. Question is will a previous windows 8.1 driver work?
My problem is that I set Media Player Classic for MP4, MPG, AVI, MKV and other formats and Windows Photo Viewer for JPG, PNG etc. The next day for some unknown reason I see these associated with Windows Video and Photo app instead! I right-slick on a MP4 files, select Open with->Choose Default app and set Windows Media Player Classic again for the millionth time. The next day I see the MP4 files associated with build-in Windows Video app!
I usually leave my computer running with the monitor switched off when in work (so I can access it via TeamViewer), rarely restart, if that matters. For other details see my specs.
I have windows 8.1 fully licensed. I got the windows 10 app, i completed the reservation, the download started (my internet speed is 54 kbps) so it took quite a while to finish. now the 3rd part that is upgrade..it also says available.So i click on OK, Lets Continue.. a blue circular thing comes and after sometime it says something went wrong, Please try later...
I bought a Dell inspiron I15RV laptop 2 years ago. It had windows 8, i upgraded to windows 8.1. The store was working fine. I was able to download apps and games. But unfortunately, few months ago my store stopped working. I tried almost everything but reset the computer. I did the wsreset.exe, sfc /scannow, restart the pc, etc but those didn't fix the issue. Even when I went to microsoft forums, the webpage does not load properly.
I thought upgrading to Windows 10 home might fix the issue. So I upgraded. But still, the issue is persisting and I'm unable to download apps and games from windows app store. And also the microsoft forum pages don't load properly. I am attaching some screenshots ..... One more thing, I have waited like 3 hours and it is still showing 0.0 mb downloaded in the app store.
My wife has a Win7 desktop machine that she uses for stuff brought home from work, but also keeps a collection of photos that she posts to Facebook, etc.
Rather than let her deal with any fallout from an automatic Win10 upgrade While I wasn't around, I did it manually myself from a 1511 ISO. Apart from failing to carry over the installed Intel HD Graphics drivers (a common occurrence), things went fine.
Last night she was using the machine, and paused for dinner while writing a lecture. From the other room we heard several barrages of musical chimes coming from the office. Each time I ran into her workroom and saw nothing new on the screen.
After the 5th volley, I looked more closely; checking the notifications icon in the systray, and noticed that it had flagged new notifications. What were they? "Look at the photo album I created for you!!!". Five times. Geez.
How to turn off this behavior, delete the "automatic" and unwanted albums, and prevent this from happening again?
I've already know this problem of mine is a rather common problem among Windows 10 users. When I wish to open a picture with our good old Windows Photo Viewer, simply nothing happens or even if something does happen, that's an error message that's it.
It's not like there is a problem with the new "Photos" app but it's quite slow compared to the old one and crashes more frequent than it should..
From first time untill 2 years ago I took photos with compact camera, report photo number and write (on a paper note) what I see. Go in office, download photo to my computer and report on a Word document with table (or excel). Lots of work hours gone away for nothing...
1 year ago I leveled UP... Buyed a new iPhone6 and used Google drive to share and modify my document. I finally can take photo and directly annotate what I see. At office I have only to do little change at files, no big work!
2 months after... I bought a Note4. Use Google drive to modify my document and add notes. Plus: Better with pen, bigger screen.
This is fully working right now Just a problem, Note4 or iPhone 6 screens are really tiny for my work, so...
So I think about SP4, a lot bigger screen , Try to do same things with my notebook (HP Core I5, SSD and Windows 10) with Office 2013/2016 and the integrated webcam. No way to do..
I can't take a photo and put DIRECTLY into the word document. I need to take photo and than import to my documents, that is a problems when I do my work. I can open Camera App and put in background, from Word can take a screenshot but I lose a lot of time and the details is not good. If I go inside Word16, insert pictures, I can see a shortcut to Windows 10 CameraRoll app. So I checked how to put here the Camera APP. NO WAY, again.
So check One Note. This can take a picture direct from camera, take notes. Checked on YouTube that I can write with the pen. Try to my notebook. I can't export OneNote file into Word DOC format.