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I have Windows 98, I have numerous pictures sent by friends,I have transferred some to my documents, the rest are in my in box, is it possible to burn these to a disc, so I can delete them or is Windows 98, not suitable
First things first - gather all of your pictures together and save them in a folder such as My Documents, My Pictures. That way you will be ready to burn them when the time comes.
The good news: Windows 98 is not too outdated! You will need three things:
1. A CD or DVD drive capable of recording, commonly called a R/W (read and write) drive.
2. You will need blank CDs or DVDs to write or burn you pictures on.
3. You will need software to perform the writing or burning of the pictures onto the blank disks. Do a Google or other search for "Windows 98 Free CD Burner" or "DVD Burner". There are many freeware and shareware programs available, there is no need for anything as big or complicated as Nero.
The bad news is: Windows 98 no longer gets any updates as of 2006. The program was riddled with vulnerabilities in its hey day but updates helped. You are leaving yourself wide open to a LOT of malicious hackers, especially if you are not using some form of anti-virus and spam software that you run a full scan with at least every week. It's like being intimate with hundreds of women without using a condom, believing not one of them could possibly have aids. Best of luck.
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Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Yes it is possible to burn them to a disc. Or the simplest way is get a USB flash drive and save them all there.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
click start click on my computer to open from there you should see your cd: disk then right click to open you should find the photos in there select one or all of them by right clicking on them select copy
click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your destination folder usually in my documents my pictures
right click on the photo's select copy navigate back to the photo folder right click select paste or
select the top photo hold the mouse cursor then select the bottom photo then drag the photos to your photo folder then drop them
or if you are downloading photos from the internet
once it starts downloading windows will ask whether you want to run or save it
a browse option will open you can save it into a folder in my documents or another device or a usb device
if you need more help with this post a reply
hope this helps
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