How to save a picture to your computer?
Saving a photo to your computer without having to scan, load or plugin anything!
Many people online already know how to save a photo or image to their computers. This article is designed for everybody who is new to uploading, saving and sharing images online. It is unbelievable how there are somethings that are so simple, they become difficult. Simple instructions and how to's can be very complex to someone who has no experience. Are all images online free? How did my friend get my picture without me giving it to her? These are just a couple of questions that arise when somebody is new to saving photos to their computer. Not everybody is as experienced and knowledgeable about computers than others. Getting basic computer help may be difficult. With the Internet educating others, computer help questions have no limit.
Uploading photos from your camera and or cell phone is a time consuming process for many. There is a simple and stress free method of saving images and photos to your computer. If you plan on working online this method will come in handy when you want to save and share your personal and business photos online. After reading this article, many will say "Duh, I already knew that" or they will say "wow that article will really help me"! For those who already know this method, share your knowledge with others who do not know the things you do.
Right Click your Mouse to save photos!
Use your computer Mouse to save images to your computer!
Save photos from the internet to your computer by using your computer mouse. You can right click on just about any image via the internet and save and use that photo or image.If you like and want to have a friend's photo via the internet, ask and then save it to your computer. As silly as this may sound, I freaked out when I saw that my friend had my photo on her profile. I was thinking, how did she get that photo without me giving it to her? She simply right clicked on my photo and saved it to her computer. I was stunned and then tried it myself, it really worked.
Be careful of photo copy right laws. You can't just go steal photo's and images online. You have to get permission from the owner of the photo. "Give credit where credit is due" is a phrase I have heard several times when I use images online. There are many websites that offer free photos for you to use. Even if it states "Free photo" or "Free Images", you need to list the website url where the photo was taken from. Copy right laws are a serious matter and there is no way of getting away with stealing others work.
If you are an online article writer and you upload images to your work, make sure you display the place that you got your free or purchased pictures. There is a website and example below.
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