Windows Photo Gallery VS Windows "Live" Photo Gallery

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by RealCat, Jul 21, 2008.

  1. RealCat

    RealCat Guest

    On Windows Vista, there are two good new applications, Windows Photo
    Gallery and Windows Mail (not entirely new but new). But what confuses
    me is that there are "very" similar applications such as Windows
    "Live" Photo Gallery and Windows "Live" Mail. They are very, very
    similar but the "Live" series provides slightly more features. For
    example, there is "Create photo panorama" which is the sole reason why
    I installed it while I have Windows Photo Gallery. I don't understand
    why Microsoft keep both of them. Wouldn't it be much simpler and clear
    if Microsoft make only one version of them, then embed them on Windows
    Vista and let Windows XP users download freely from Windows Live site?

    For those who don't know that there is Windows Live Photo Gallery,
    visit
    http://get.live.com/photogallery/features

    And you can find Windows Photo Gallery on your start menu by typing
    photo.
     
    RealCat, Jul 21, 2008
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