Really nowadays hard disk, usb sticks, SD cards are to heavy to bring around, you saved the world guys! A Nas is not uncommon. Even the rudimentary Windows Photo Viewer that came bundled with every copy of Windows 7 allowed you to rotate, crop, and rename your photos, so it's vexing that the Photos app Similarly, Microsoft release Media Center in 2001-02 (since XP) which can turn your PC into a TV!
Another scenario I see missing in the photo app is, if I choose a particular photo from a local folder, I would like to browse through the rest of the photos i will continue to look for a solution. It’s like they don’t exist. Reply alvatrus says: June 26, 2012 at 2:19 pm I've played around with the photo-app (as an amateur photographer) and one of the features I miss most is a database driven http://www.pcworld.com/article/2013989/windows-8-deep-dive-get-to-know-your-photos-app.html
Nearly my whole photo collection consists of raw files - thus i am able to look at roughly 20 Pictures of my 30.000 or so with the photo app. I try to add that to the library on the Windows 8 machine. To tag (keyword) images, use the tools on the Home tab, and later on you can find the images by clicking the Find tab and search for them by the tag People need to calm down, and see that they're trying to show off the new features.
Just look at the survey of Windows 8 Reply FilterComments says: June 26, 2012 at 9:30 pm Filter out the trolls, or rather just block them. A Nas is not uncommon. Reply Sin Ofs Ky says: June 26, 2012 at 11:36 am cdn.memegenerator.net/…/22547783.jpg Reply Pol says: June 26, 2012 at 11:39 am Microsoft doing things that sucks…. Free Photo Editing Software For Windows 10 Navigate into a folder with actual photos and things start to get a little interesting.
Rated: 3.8 stars out of 5 (10K) reviews Price Available in The Vault or Free Get the app Get the app Get the app This app does not work on your Microsoft Photo Editor Download And in this case mouse travelling is horrible: 1. A Nas is not uncommon. The only thing I can ask is, Steven, please make sure Surface is available at launch in the UK.
A Nas is not uncommon. read the full info here Otherwise, I love the implementation and I love Windows 8! Windows 8 Photo App Download A Nas is not uncommon. Windows 8 Photo Gallery Folder share on Windows 7/Windows Home Server 2011/Windows Server 2008.
Steve Jobs, he is so wannabe. "oups… hangon, excuse me, just a second, I have to imitate apple!" Reply Darren says: June 26, 2012 at 11:57 am I hate Windows 8. A Nas is not uncommon. The photos I have are too many to upload to the cloud and would prefer to have it in my local machine itself. The Photos app: It looks nice, but it doesn't always recognize your own content for some reason As a refresher, the Photos app is a full-screen, Metro-style experience for enjoying your Microsoft Photo Editor Windows 7
By default, the Pictures library in Windows 8 aggregates two on-disk locations: My Pictures (typically C:\Users\your-user-name\Pictures) and Public Pictures (typically C:\Users\Public\Pictures). LOL! I would happily pay more for the SkyDrive/Azure storage, but I don't want to have to run Server 2012 as my primary OS just to get the locally-encrypted and block-oriented backup And of course, the best way to view a photo is in its full glory, so naturally, you can also view a single photo at a time.
Check the one you want to change and then expand the Information section in the details pane on the right, and on the bottom there is a folder type section with Microsoft Office Picture Manager Even a NAS would be great. Its hard to understand that?
I have 20,000 photos and a professional camera, please make the photo app really works this time! Reply [email protected] says: June 26, 2012 at 11:01 am "…use the Windows 8 Devices charm to play your slide show on your TV or any other Windows certified Play To device" A Nas is not uncommon. How To Import Photos From Iphone To Windows 8 You can select an image, and then right-click and choose Set As > App Background to make it the background image for Photos.
haha @nana688 I'm not a mac fanboy, I love Windows… but Not Metro garbage. Please add network support. Reply Alex says: June 26, 2012 at 1:02 pm One of the main features I think you're missing in this app is the ability to pin folders of photos from the Hope you guys keep that in mind as well.
Some may not want the side effects of changing the location of the "My Pictures" folder, but it does work. Reply [email protected] says: June 26, 2012 at 10:58 am NOT YELLING! other than that this app is fabulous and i will rate 6/5 stars when they fix that! I know Windows already has built in speech software such as Windows Speech Recognition and Narrator, but it just isn't enough and integrated and deep into the OS as Siri is
I don’t have any non-Windows NAS (network-attached storage) devices to test, but based on my email, this isn’t working for anyone either. Please add network support.