MS Photo Gallery

MS Photo Gallery

MS Photo Gallery was a very popular desktop photo organizer that has been replaced by MS Photos.  Unfortunately, MS Photos stores the metadata in a proprietary format.  Tag That Photo will import MS Photo Gallery tags (not MS Photos).

If you consult our User Guide - page 5 - it will show the appropriate Photo Gallery settings.

And we also have a Youtube tutorial on our Youtube channel discussing connecting MS Photo Gallery:


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