I have a Nikon D-40 digital camera. What would be best to use for storing and editing my photos?

We just got a new computer with Windows Vista. I have the software that came with the Nikon camera, we also have Windows photo gallery on our computer and a Windows XP version of Adobe Photoshop elements (would that run ok on Windows Vista?) Which program would be best?

Asked By: debbystamps - 1/7/2008
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Interestingly enough, I have Elements 2.0 and it seems to work with Vista just fine. Elements is not super powerful, but it sure gets many jobs done just fine.
Answered By: Mere_Mortal - 1/7/2008
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Probably need a newer version of Elements. You might check Adobe's website to find out what is compatible with Vista. I believe that Photoshop Elements 6 for the PC came out very recently and it may work with Vista... More
Answered By: amybeader - 1/7/2008
editing your photos: any number of programs. instead of the nikon software, you can use windows to store your images and use a card reader. That way, you don't need the camera and it's power to transfer images.
Answered By: epic_laydown - 1/7/2008
I have the Canon XTi 400D which is the sister camera to your Nikon. I store my pics on a jump drive and back up to a CD. I edit with an older version of elements. There are other free programs available too, like gimp. Enjoy your camera - and shoot shoot shoot
Answered By: GetMeTheBigKnife - 1/7/2008
Storing: Google Picasa is the only way to go... More
Answered By: vienna2001 - 1/7/2008
I use Adobe Photoshop CS2 running on Windows Vista and, apart from a persistent nag about registering it when I run as a limited user in Vista, it works fine.
Answered By: proshooter - 1/7/2008
Best is a subjective term. The good thing about having a lot of tools is that you can pick the one that is bets for you and not be stuck with "the only tool... More
Answered By: gryphon1911 - 1/8/2008
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