Transfer Images Digital camera to your computer
When you are using a digital camera, then you have needed to transfer the image from camera to your computer.
USB Cable: The most awkward option for transferring images from a digital camera is to connect the camera to your computer by using a USB cable. The images must then be beamed into the computer from the camera, or the camera may appear as a disk drive in the computer window.
Insert your memory card into the computer: The best way of transferring images from your digital camera is to remove its memory card and plug the card into the PC. Upon plugging in the memory card, you’re greeted by an Auto Play dialog box, as shown in the following figure. When you see the Auto Play dialog box, you need to choose a program to use for transferring the images. You most likely see the options shown in the figure, including perhaps any custom software you’ve installed.
Import Pictures Using Windows: All images are read from the memory card and transferred to the computer’s hard drive. The images are organized and can be viewed by using the Windows Photo Gallery program.
Import Pictures and Videos to My computer: By running a special import wizard, this option gives you the most control over which images are transferred to the computer. It’s available only in versions of Windows Vista that come with the Microsoft Digital Image Starter Edition.
Open Folder to View Files: A Windows Explorer window opens, allowing you to view files stored on the memory card. You can then manually transfer the image files from the memory card to your computer’s hard drive.