Windows Photo Gallery

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Jim Southcott

Might be a stupid question... but is there a "Live" Photo Gallery program as
well as a just old Photo Gallery? Are they two separate programs, or is one
an update to the other? What is the difference features?
Jim
 

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John Inzer

Jim Southcott wrote:

> Might be a stupid question... but is there a "Live" Photo Gallery
> program as well as a just old Photo Gallery? Are they two separate
> programs, or is one an update to the other? What is the difference
> features? Jim
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It's a mystery to me why the Live version does
not simply replace Windows PhotoGallery as
an update but Windows Live PhotoGallery
installs separately.

The following article explains the new features:

Announcing Windows Live Photo Gallery
(Windows Live Suite)
http://tinyurl.com/yvpjp5

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John Inzer
MS Picture It! -
Digital Image MVP

Digital Image
Highlights and FAQs
http://support.microsoft.com/ph/695

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This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
 

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Sascha B. Jazbec

Live Photo Gallery replaces Vistas Photo Gallery in terms of function and
features ( upload to Spaces,Flickr,Soapbox, enhanced Image Manipulation
settings .. and what not ), it is a superb application, it is bug free so
far that it is usable on a per-day base and it is free, even for XP users .

The same applies to Windows Live Mail - which replaces Windows Vistas Mail
and XPs Outlook Express, same as above : many more features, free ...

The old apps in Vista are not deleted, so if you wanted you could use both,
but that would not make any sense.

Now all we need is a Replacement for Vistas calendar ;)

The tragic irony alone is that now almost all "Vista only" features are
available for XP at no cost:

Defender, IE 7, Photo Gallery, Windows Mail, WMPlayer 11,Windows Cardspace
( in dotnet 3.x ) ...

Hope this gives insight
S B J



"Jim Southcott" <[email protected]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> Might be a stupid question... but is there a "Live" Photo Gallery program
> as well as a just old Photo Gallery? Are they two separate programs, or
> is one an update to the other? What is the difference features?
> Jim
 

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_mikebs

Here is a good answer to those questions:
news:[email protected]

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Thanks, Mike - Windows XP Pro SP2 WLM 12.0.1606.1023
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"Jim Southcott" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:#[email protected]

> Might be a stupid question... but is there a "Live" Photo Gallery program as
> well as a just old Photo Gallery? Are they two separate programs, or is one
> an update to the other? What is the difference features?
> Jim
>
 

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