Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with photos, part of Up and Running with Windows 8.
With a digital camera or even just a mobile phone, that's equipped with a camera. …You're able to record your memories. And of course you're going to want to …preserve those memories and perhaps look back on those memories from time to time. …And for that we can use the Photos Application in Windows 8. …It enables you to manage your photos or view your. …Photos, and even share your photos quickly and easily. …Let's take a look at how we can download images from your camera and then review …them using the Photos application. I'll start off by clicking on the Photos …tile on the Start screen, and that will launch the Photos application.…
You'll notice taht I already have a photo included in my pictures library. …Just one photo in this case. If you had upgraded from a previous …version of Windows, then you may very well have many images already in your …pictures library. But in this case I have just the one. …But I'd like to import more images into that pictures library directly from From …
- Changing your environment and customizing live tiles
- Using gestures
- Creating and using a picture password
- Using Windows applications
- Working with media
- Accessing and personalizing the desktop
- Working with the File Explorer
- Changing Windows settings
- Backing up your files
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started with Windows 8
2. Using Windows Applications
3. Working with Media
4. Working with the Desktop
5. Managing Your Computer System
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