said by Mele20:
I was also able to click on "Open File Location" from right click on the shortcut on Start8 menu. Now I see why I couldn't find it. Even with your screenshot, I still didn't realize it would not be listed as Photo Gallery in Program Files in Explorer. Now I see it is listed under "Windows Live" so when I was looking in Program Files, no wonder I didn't see it. I was looking for "Photo Gallery" or "Windows Essentials".
Correct. In my case, "Windows Essentials 2012" was installed to
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Live\"
The actual EXE name for "Photo Gallery" is "WLXPhotoGallery.exe" and is located at
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Live\Photo Gallery"
By the way, not sure if this makes a difference or not, but in my testing of this in my previous post, I DID NOT
click on either icon created (Photo Gallery or Movie Maker). I did so now (after my testing), and I get some kind of Service Agreement that I would have to "accept" before using the product. What's interesting is that the screen saver part appears to "work" even though I have yet to accept (or decline) the Service Agreement.
Again, not sure if that matters or not, but I did want to point that out.
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