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Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by beken, Feb 8, 2022.
We started the year with snow in the Vancouver BC area.
The family car.
Running up the Country Time on the Countryman.
Rule #1: MINIs will seek out and park next to other MINIs.
Ok guys I need help with some software. I am strictly armature when it comes to taking pictures, but what would be the best (and simples) software? I don't want to pay an arm and a leg.
What do you need the software to do?
You tell me. All I want to do is download pictures from my camera to my lap top.
Before I got my new laptop I had photoshop for windows7 and had no problem, but with windows10 the new software I have now drives me crazy.
If you are a long time Windows users, there are other tools available to import from you camera, google search is your friend. Most of the 3rd party tools are better that the carp provided by Microsoft in 10. If you were using a product on Window prior the newest MS tools should have a conversion menu item.
Of course I am a devout MAC user and really dislike what MS is doing to their user base. Good luck, buy a MAC.
This remines me of the good old days. I had a boss that was the only person in the company that had a Mac. That was in the early 90's. He swore buy it. Thanks for the information I'll try it.
Thanks for the information Don, but I got it to work. what a pain in the a--. I have photo explosion.
Try Irfanview. I use that to manage my photos on my Windows PC. It's free. I especially like the slideshow app built into it. For editting individual pictures, I use Photofiltre. Also free.
But most of my photo work is done on the Mac. I like Photofiltre so much that I converted it into a Mac application and use it on my Mac also.
Now back on topic, bending it into the S curves.
Rule #1: MINIs will seek out other MINIs and park next to each other.
Random applications of Rule #1.
More Rule #1....sorry I haven't been on much of late. Been out motoring...