Windows Photo Gallery is a photo management application shipped with Windows Vista. It has since been superseded by Windows Live Photo Gallery.
Windows Photo Gallery can be used to organize a collection of image, and provides tools to adjust the properties of a photo like exposure and color correction. Photos can also be tagged using the XMP format, allowing them to be searched.
Windows Photo Gallery supports common image formats such as BMP, PNG, JPG and TIFF.
This guide provides a number of tips on using Windows Photo Gallery, as well as providing reviews on other free applications that provide a similar level of functionality as Windows Photo Gallery.
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