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    Many still keep their memories in physical photographs, locked away in boxes. To ensure they are not lost to decay and time, it's really easy to scan and save photos on a Windows PC. Here's everything you need.
    Should you still hold old photos in boxes and wallets, it's about time you extracted these and saved them digitally. Physical photos will decay over time, ruining the quality of the memory captured. Having a digital copy will ensure that these are not lost to time. Better yet, by saving a digital copy of each and every photo will allow one to share them with friends and family more easily, as well as having them displayed on tablets, phones, TVs and other connected devices.

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    09-18-2017 10:20 AM

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