Windows 10: Sort photos the way I want them, and make them stay that way
Sort photos the way I want them, and make them stay that way
How can I sort my photos and make them stay the way I want them to in a folder. On Windows 7 I downloaded something from the 7 forum that allowed me to sort them in my chosen order and they stayed that way, ONLY on my desktop! How can I do it in Windows 10??????
More detail needed. You trying to sort names in a list, pick info columns, re-arrange thumbnails, re-name files or what ? Attach a screenshot of what's there now and how you want it.
I takes photos of race cars. LOTs of photos... the cars are all numbered...I want to put the same number car pics next to each other in order to decide which one is the best to use....this takes them out of jpg order......and I wish them to stay where I put them...5 years ago I got a program on windows 7 forum that allowed me to save them the way I need them to be on my desktop only!
Still not clear on what you want to do w/o a screen shot but try Steps 3 or 4 in this tutorial to keep thumnails in place-
Whenever I boot up the num lock is off. I would like for it to stay on. Is there a way to fix this? Thanks in advance.
When I open up any photo with Windows Photo Viewer, it automatically begins cycling through the all the photos in the gallery very quickly until it gets to the end, and then it stops. I've tried restarting my computer and unplugging my mouse...
Is there anyway to get this? I was so sure this was how sort by name really worked but it's not even the case in windows 7. I need to name certain files in the same folder in order 0001, 0002, 0003 and so on and then 001, 002, 003, 004...
Hi there ,
I tried a few things from the web to make this work ,
But the Windows 10 photos app keeps failing to work ,
"This App can't open"
Tried Shellpower remove it and tried that licence . bat fix , didn't work for me .
Is as title says. Looking for a way to make the slideshow feature shuffle my photos when I play them, as opposed to playing through them in the order they sit in the folder. Win 7 had this option, and It was easily accessible. I may be being an...