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When I click on a photo in Vista I get a fix button:

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When I click on a photo in Windows 7 I don't get a fix button:

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I used to use this fix button often to fix red-eye and alter the brightness quickly, and the auto-saving was so fast. If I can't get "Windows Photo Viewer" to do this, I'll have to use IrfanView again to do this.

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The photo viewer included in Windows 7 doesn't have this feature, but you can install the Windows Photo Gallery from Windows Live to get it back.

More specifically, you need the 2009 version of Windows Live Photo Gallery, downloadable here

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perfect, exactly what needed, thanks! – Edward Tanguay Aug 2 '09 at 20:32
    
I believe this answer has become defunct. In short, Windows removed the fix button. Some more elaboration and complaining here: answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/… – AlanSE May 7 '14 at 14:23

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