Question about Olympus Stylus 820 Digital Camera
Here's the easiest and most fool-proof way. Get a card reader. Insert your card into the card reader and the other end into a USB port on your computer. One of the following will happen: windows will open a dialog box and offer to open the files for you, an icon will appear on your desktop that you can double-click on to open the card or a removable drive will appear in "my computer" that you can double-click on. Once the card is open to the files, select them all by clicking ctrl a and then you can drag and drop them into a folder you create on your desktop or into "my pictures".Here's a card reader that's only $13 at Walmart.
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There are numerous solutions for importing digital pictures from your camera to your hard drive. You can use Windows Explorer. By doing this, u maintain complete control over where ur digital images are stored on the computer. If you prefer to use an external application, Google's Picasa remains the best solution available. In addition to being a convenient way to manage your images, Picasa also includes common photo editing functions, supports some of the best photo organization works with low level photo data from your camera, and assists in uploading images to the Web or creating slideshows on your local system. Picasa uses the timeline features that shows when images were taken in relation to all your other images (which only works if your digital camera is set to the correct date). Picasa is free for Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Linux.
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