Can I install Windows Photo Gallery in Vista?

Answer Windows Photo Gallery comes standard with all editions of Windows Vista and is also a part of the Windows Live programs that include Windows Messenger, Movie Maker, Toolbar and Mail. However, you c... Read More »

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Where is Windows Photo Gallery located in Vista?

The default location of the Windows Photo Gallery in Windows Vista is: C:\Users\(Username)\Pictures. To add folders to the Windows Photo Gallery, open the program and right-click on the "Folder" ic... Read More »

How to Reinstall a Windows Vista Photo Gallery?

Windows Photo Gallery is a photo management application built into Windows Vista that serves as the default program for BMP, JPEG, JFIF, TIFF, WDP and PNG files. If you have Windows Movie Maker ins... Read More »

How do I update Vista Photo Gallery?

Open Windows Vista Photo Gallery by going to Start, selecting "All Programs," and then clicking on "Windows Photo Gallery." Right-click on a clear area in the list of pictures, and then select "Ref... Read More »

Is photo gallery live update needed for Vista?

According to the Microsoft website, occasional updates are made available for Windows Photo Gallery. However, these upgrades are not required and are totally optional. The updates will not install ... Read More »