There are basically three methods of looking at & copying photos from your camera to your PC.
1. Often, and Kodak certainly do, the camera manufacturer will bundle software with the camera, to ease the transfer of photos. Kodak Easyshare is certainly one of those. I would suggest that you use the CD that came with the camera to re-install the software exactly as you did when you first got the camera. If this does not give you back the transfer yo want you could try these methods.
2. Removing the memory card from your camera and inserting it into the card reader slot on your laptop (most modern laptops have a card reader). It does assume that the card you use in the camera is compatible with your card reader.
3. Connect your camera to the laptop via a USB port with the lead which will have been supplied with the camera.
In both cases the camera/card will show up in "My Computer" as a removable drive. Which letter it uses will depend upon the configuration of the computer.
Double click on this drive and navigate to the folder holding the photos (probably named "DCIM") which will be files in numerical order with the ".jpg" on the end of the file name.
These files can then be cut/paste or copy/paste to an appropriate folder on the computer. Most recent versions of Windows will preview these files when they are double-clicked, or in some cases create a slide show of all of them for you.
. I have found this
EasyShare Software Help
which may have information in it relevant to yourself, I didn't go all through it
I also eventually found this Extended User Guide for the C195 here:
which may be of even more use, especially as this can be saved to your computer for future reference.
Hope this helps