Windows Photo Gallery

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Windows Photo Gallery can make digital storytelling projects easier and more fun for teachers and students alike. It makes photo management and editing simple and quick, while new features such as panoramic stitching, auto-tagging during importing, and online photo sharing make it the ideal tool for incorporating images into creative class projects.

Easily incorporate digital photos in school projects

Windows Photo Gallery is well suited to creative learning on nearly any school project. You can use it with all kinds of digital images, from individual photos to themed slide shows or even mini-movies. By letting you sort, tag, and copy photos with the click of a mouse, it also makes keeping track of the source material easier. Its powerful editing tools help you make photos stand out, and save you time by letting you edit lots of images at once.

Create, manage, and store digital images more efficiently:

  • Search for videos and photos quickly
  • Keep track of your favorite photos with star ratings
  • Create and share easily without big attachments
  • Polish your images – crop, edit, rotate, and more
  • Stitch together panoramas from a series of photos
  • Store photos online for class projects using free storage from Microsoft SkyDrive
  • Add themes to your slideshows for creative flair

System requirements:

  • Operating system: 32- or 64-bit version of Windows 7, or 32- or 64-bit version of Windows 8, or Windows Server 2008 R2.
  • Processor: 1.6 GHz or higher with SSE2 support. SSE2 is supported on Pentium 4 processors or newer, and AMD K8 processors or newer.
  • Memory: 1 GB of RAM or higher
  • Resolution: 1024 × 576 minimum
  • Internet connection: Online services require dial-up or high-speed Internet access (provided separately—local or long-distance charges might apply). High-speed Internet access is recommended for some features.


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