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FotoExplorer is an extension to the Windows 95 or Windows NT Explorer It makes your digital camera appear as one of the devices inside the My Computer folder It gives you a very simple and intuitive way to view and manipulate images directly from your digital camera without the extra steps of launching acquisition software You can easily preview your images delete those you dont like save the ones you want to keep You can insert pictures directly from the camera into a business presentation an e-mail message a report or your Web page You may also print an image a batch of images or a collection of thumbnails without the need for any other software What FotoExplorer is not It is not an image-editing tool If you need to adjust color balance of your image or make it sharper you will have to use some image editing software In that case FotoExplorer is still a perfect tool that allows you to select the images you want and drag them from your camera into the image editor It is not a tool to print fancy layouts greeting cards calendars etc If that is your goal use FotoExplorer in combination with some specialized printing software It is not many other things It will not wake you up in the morning nor will it start your coffee machine sorry But if you own a digital camera it will make your life a little bit less complicated How to Install Insert Disk 1 into your disk drive Run Double Click on the file called setupexe The installer should lead you through the rest of the installation Uninstall If for some odd and inexplicable reason you may wish to uninstall the FotoExplorer you may do so by running Control Panels AddRemove software and select the FotoExplorer from the menu Change Settings After you install FotoExplorer you will have to tell it what kind of digital
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