Great news for PC users: Microsoft has finally released a free codec pack for Windows Vista and Windows 7 that allows you to view and work with the RAW files of more than 120 different cameras directly in Windows Explorer. Simply download and install the codec pack to get started.
Microsoft Finally Adds RAW Support to Windows Explorer
- Published on July 26, 2011 by Michael Zhang
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