You can make changes to your digital pictures in Windows Media Center, such as rotating a picture or removing red eye. You can also print pictures and delete pictures.
On the Windows Media Center start screen, scroll to Pictures + Videos, and then click Picture library.
To rotate the picture clockwise 90 degrees, right-click the picture, and then click Rotate. If you click the picture more than once, the picture rotates 90 degrees clockwise every time you click Rotate.
When you rotate a picture, you alter the original picture file, not just how it displays in Media Center.
Right-click the picture you want to edit, click Picture Details, click Touch Up, and then do one of the following:
To remove red eye, click Red Eye.
To increase the contrast, click Contrast.
To adjust the cropping, click Crop, and then click the buttons below the picture to move, enlarge, shrink, or rotate the cropping boundaries.
To preview any changes you've made at full screen, click Preview. When you're done, click the Back button.
When you're finished making changes to the picture, click Save.
When you touch up a picture, you alter the original picture file, not just how it displays in Media Center.
Navigate to the picture you want to print, right-click the picture, and then click Picture Details.
To print the picture, click Print, and then click Print again.
Navigate to the picture you want to delete, right-click the picture, click Delete, and then click Yes.
You can also edit pictures while a slide show is playing by right-clicking a picture during a slide show. When you're finished, on the Picture details screen, click Resume slide show to pick up where you left off.
While viewing a picture at full screen, you can zoom in on it by pressing Enter.