Showing posts from February, 2006

Kodak EasyShare Picture Viewer

The Kodak EasyShare picture viewer has a nice clear screen, built-in memory, as well as the ability to take memory cards, and an intuitive set of controls and menus. It's let down by the Kodak EasyShare software in my opinion. All I want to do is put photos onto the viewer, and to do that I have to use this big klunky software package, that wants me to add all my photo albums, which I already have nicely organized in Picasa. Having added a group of photos I then have to tag ones as favorites - again something I've already done over in Picasa - for them to be uploaded to the viewer. Having said all this, once the pictures are in the viewer, it is very easy to use, and clear to see the pictures. I tried to find a way to use the device just as a USB drive. With the EasyShare software removed, Windows XP recognizes the device, and gives you an icon. But clicking it just shows 3 files, none of which are the images I had on it. And it wasn't possible to add further files. After a