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Windows 10 "Photos Microsoft" and facial recognition: is the photo's modified date kept ? RRS feed

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  • Hi,

    I don't know where to ask this (tested on answer, but no response).

    I activated "facial recognition" to test in "Microsoft Photo" on Windows 10.

    Photos found plenty faces (with 100% during hours as I have thousands photo ;) ) ... OK. 
    But next "Microsoft Photo" asked me to store them.

    Looooooong time ago, I did this in "Windows Essential", but had to revert back because all my JPG files were modified as Windows stored the facial information in each JPG file (EXIF).

    So most of my JPGs were marked ad modified instead of keeping (that's what I want to keep) the original modification (photo creation) date.

    Does this still work like that or are the facial information stored elsewhere (for example dead Picasa, stored it in a picasa.ini file in each folder) ?

    Thanks, Pascal/Arfy


    "On peut user de tout mais sans en abuser" Bisounours, Arfy

    Wednesday, November 20, 2019 10:55 AM

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