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Microsoft announces enhanced Windows XP wizard

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-22 03:45:30
To offer even greater choice and convenience for digital photography customers, Microsoft Corp. today announced the availability of an updated version of its Online Print Wizard, a feature that allows quick and easy ordering of prints from digital photos via Windows XP. In addition to the mail-order service, consumers can now pick up their photo prints directly from their nearest photofinisher in as little as one hour (pickup times may vary by retailer and location). The Online Print Wizard has an extensible architecture that now enables photofinishing retailers to provide Microsoft Windows XP users with the ability to order prints of their digital photos for pickup at any affiliated photofinishing retailer.


Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 launched

Mark Peters : 2004-10-15 14:02:23
At the Digital Entertainment Anywhere launch event held today in the heart of the entertainment industry, Microsoft Corp. Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates demonstrated how Microsoft and key partners have come together to deliver on the vision of digital entertainment anywhere with the availability of new hardware, software and services, providing unprecedented choice in digital entertainment experiences for consumers around the world. At the center of this, Microsoft unveiled its newest version of Microsoft Windows that will change the way people experience their digital entertainment: Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.


Microsoft announces Canon's support of MTP

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-23 11:10:56
Microsoft Corp. announced that its new Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) will be supported by Canon Inc., a leader in the field of professional and consumer imaging equipment and information systems. Canon, one of the market leaders in adopting and promoting Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP), now plans to incorporate support for MTP into its future digital camera product offerings. This announcement coincides with next week's 2004 Photokina trade show and signifies a premier industry relationship for Microsoft, introducing one of the most advanced technologies yet for image acquisition to a Windows-based PC. Based on the popular PTP, MTP enables the transfer of media such as images to and from a broad range of devices.


Microsoft Digital Image Suite 10 introduction

Mark Peters : 2004-08-31 03:00:47
On a high-resolution digital camera or a camera phone, great photos are just a click away with Microsoft Corp.'s latest digital photography offering. Microsoft announces the availability of its new line of digital imaging software, including Digital Image Suite 10, the comprehensive yet easy-to-use photo solution for organizing, editing, sharing and safekeeping digital photos. Digital Image Suite 10 combines the power of two digital imaging software applications, Microsoft Digital Image Library 10 for organization and Microsoft Digital Image Pro 10 for editing, to offer an end-to-end solution with powerful panoramic stitching in two dimensions, intuitive color-correction tools, and even more one-click fixes.






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