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One of the many benefits of Windows Live is having easy access to all your friends. You know, those people in your "network." ...
Well, another great feature is the ability to share your photos with them right from Windows Live. It's so much easier and a much more enjoyable photo sharing experience than emailing pictures back and forth. Now, if you've allowed them access, your network can see your latest photos as soon as they're available.
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Hi. This is Mike Callahan, Doctor File Finder and welcome to part five of our special butterscotch.com ten part series on Windows Live.
Now in this segment, I’m going to look at Photos. So in my Windows Live interface, I’ll click on Photos. Now, if I had a photo album, they would be shown here but I can click ‘Create an Album.’
I’ll just name it pictures. Share with just me. Well right now that’s what I’ll do. We’ll click Next. Add files to pictures. So we’ll click browse. I’m going to go on My Computer, Drive C. I’ll find my pictures folder and here are some pictures and some Iron Man. Click upload. Now it’s uploading a file to pictures.
And that’s going. Okay, so now our pictures are there. We can do a thumbnail, icon. We can do it as details. There’s the file name. We can click on that to see the enlarged size of the picture. You can tag people in a picture or indicate that that is you. You can do a slide show. You can download it. Then you can also share your photos with people in your network.
So, Windows Live makes it really easy to create albums online, upload your photos and then share those photos with the people that you care about. And that concludes Part Five.