Viewing Pictures in Windows Media Center
After you organize your pictures in the Pictures folder in Windows Explorer, open
Windows Media Center to view them:
Click the Windows Start Button
Windows Media Center.
Click Pictures + Videos and then click picture library.
Select a folder, tags, or date taken. The window shows a small picture image
(thumbnail) of each photo.
Select date taken to view each photo with the date it was taken.
Select folders if you have organized your pictures into folders. Each folder icon
displays a thumbnail of photos. The pictures are displayed just as you organized
them in the Pictures folder in Windows Explorer.
Use the arrow keys on the keyboard to move through the picture files and folder files,
and select a picture.
Press the Enter key on the keyboard to select a picture or folder to view. The selected
picture opens in full-screen mode.
Press the Enter key on the keyboard again to zoom to 150 percent; press it again to
zoom to 225 percent. Use the remote control arrow buttons to pan across a picture.
Press Enter or OK a third time to return the picture to its original size.
NOTE: While viewing a picture, you can press the i (More information) button on the
remote control or Ctrl+D on the keyboard, click Picture Details, click Settings, and
then click Pictures to:
Select a slide transition, a slide time delay, and a background color.
Include picture folders you have created.
Display pictures randomly.
Show song information during a slide show.
on the taskbar, and then click
Working with Pictures and Videos