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Most people prefer Microsoft Office's Digital Picture Manager. Your computer or camera probably came with a variety of software, picking and choosing is the hard part. Software called GIMP can be downloaded for free and have the same usefulness of photoshop. Hope this helps =]
To learn about the new and free version of Olympus Master 2 software go to: http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/oima_softwareMaster.asp Click on 'Free Download' to register your email address to receive an email containing a link to download either the Windows or Mac version. This software replaces Olympus Master 1.1 and is Vista compatible.
Go to Start/Control Panel/ Add remove software. Remove the Kodak Easy share software.
Do not re install it.
Use USB cable to connect camera to computer Use alternative software [picasa which is Free] or any other image editor for processing and printing images. It is likely your printer has supplied software that is suitable.
You can select whatever resolution you want to print at on your Print(er) Setup.
If your Printer is automatically selecting a 72DPI to print at, you may be trying to print a 10X12 pic size or larger by default due to pic file size created when pic was taken in camera with full 7Meg resolution.
Use photo software to proper size the print before printing. If you want a print larger than 5X7, keep in mind the TZ3 begins to have recognizable noise, reduced resolution due to noise, especially in low light indoor or evening/nite outside shots. You can use photo software to improve and size them before printing. Windows Vista has a built-in photoshop type program. Else, I believe your camera comes with one on disk.
Also, read your manual regarding shooting with this camera.
You are mistaken. "ppi" is not a measure of anything useful when considering digital cameras, it is only useful when discussing printers.
According to this review:
The S9500 has a maximum resolution of 3488 x 2616. This means that when *printed* at 300 dpi, you can get an accurate 8.7" x 11.6" print without any "enlarging" (called interpolation).
I would HIGHLY suspect the software used to print the photos, and not the camera itself. For excellent free, fast, and simple organizing and printing software (for Windows), take a look at www.preclick.com.