How to put "Import pictures/videos using WindowsExplorer" in AutoPlay?


  1. Posts : 282
    Windows 10, 8.1, 7, and Vista
       #1

    How to put "Import pictures/videos using WindowsExplorer" in AutoPlay?


    Hi all,

    Whenever I connect my camera, I see these options:

    How to put "Import pictures/videos using WindowsExplorer" in AutoPlay?-autoplay_w8.png

    I have no interest in using the rubbish "Photos app" to import my pictures.

    I want to use the built-in Import Wizard in Windows 10, which can be found by going to "This PC" and right clicking camera/tablet, then clicking "Import Pictures and Videos".

    The "Import Pictures and Videos" wizard is vastly superior to the "Photos app" crap. How can I put the "Import Pictures and Videos" option in AutoPlay, like in Windows 7/Vista/XP? If I recall correctly, Windows 8 also had this problem. It had the built-in wizard along with the rubbish "Photos app", but only the "Photos app" appeared in AutoPlay.


    Thanks.
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  2. Posts : 5,483
    insider build 10586.3 win10 pro 64
       #2

    hello, myself I just choose take no action ,and then go to thispc, and open the camera folder ,but I don't use my camera that muck ,so it on for me ,I would thing it would take a registry hack to put what you want into the popup. not much help I know ,but someone will click in and see what dumb answer I gave,lol

    so if you go to control panel and auto play ,with the camera plugged in dose it give any different options ,I cant plug mine in to check right now ,not home
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  3. Posts : 282
    Windows 10, 8.1, 7, and Vista
    Thread Starter
       #3

    caperjack said:
    so if you go to control panel and auto play ,with the camera plugged in dose it give any different options ,I cant plug mine in to check right now ,not home
    Same problem in the Control Panel:

    How to put "Import pictures/videos using WindowsExplorer" in AutoPlay?-capture.png
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