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07/26/2011 04:40:53 PM · #1
About time!
Available here on Microsoft.com. Just posted yesterday. Looks like it supports all the major makes and models, and the Canon list looks fairly complete.

Message edited by author 2011-07-26 16:41:15.
07/26/2011 04:58:57 PM · #2
About frickin' time...
07/26/2011 05:00:45 PM · #3
Yawn.... Too late... Have used some 64Bit 3rd party ones for - well - forever now.
07/26/2011 05:06:52 PM · #4
This is nice... but will it be bug-free, or MS style with not-so-desirable "features"? :-)
07/26/2011 05:32:24 PM · #5
Just in case you didn't read the system requirements (as myself), it only works for Vista SP 2 and up - no support for XP...
07/26/2011 05:50:59 PM · #6
Thanks for the heads-up, Steve.

I just installed it and it didn't even make me close any programs or reboot.
It simply installed peacefully and quickly, and looks all happy now :-)

Message edited by author 2011-07-26 17:51:10.
07/26/2011 05:58:25 PM · #7
+1! Nice to see previews of RAWs again
07/26/2011 06:24:54 PM · #8
Ah, thanks Steve! That's a long-awaited update!
07/26/2011 06:28:31 PM · #9
Originally posted by gg3rd:

Just in case you didn't read the system requirements (as myself), it only works for Vista SP 2 and up - no support for XP...

You have 64 bit XP? That's a rare animal.

Originally posted by robs:

Yawn.... Too late... Have used some 64Bit 3rd party ones for - well - forever now.

I've also been using a 3rd party codec. Fast Picture Viewer. It does seem to lock up my system if I use it to review large quantities of RAw files, however.

Message edited by author 2011-07-26 18:30:09.
07/26/2011 07:08:07 PM · #10
no 60D?
07/26/2011 07:19:42 PM · #11
Great! Installed and working.
07/26/2011 07:49:19 PM · #12
Thanks! Took all of 2 minutes and works great.
07/26/2011 09:56:53 PM · #13
Naturally, I'm the only one that has problems with it. Can see thumbnails, but no preview available in the right click menu.
07/26/2011 10:29:09 PM · #14
my nephew says this "just make sure to unclick toolbar installs during the installation, thats where stuff gets fury" ...what could that mean? LOL
07/26/2011 11:10:50 PM · #15
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Naturally, I'm the only one that has problems with it. Can see thumbnails, but no preview available in the right click menu.


Maybe they had not build yet. Try again as mine work.
07/26/2011 11:11:24 PM · #16
I think he is warning you against freeware that installs "helpful" toolbars. I've seen people with browsers that had toolbars stacked 5 deep because they installed applications that had them and they did not pay attention to the installer's messages. Then they didn't know where these things came from or how to get rid of them.

A Microsoft item like this will not have those.
07/26/2011 11:13:26 PM · #17
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

I think he is warning you against freeware that installs "helpful" toolbars. I've seen people with browsers that had toolbars stacked 5 deep because they installed applications that had them and they did not pay attention to the installer's messages. Then they didn't know where these things came from or how to get rid of them.

A Microsoft item like this will not have those.


ah, that makes sense now TY
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