Updating picture window
By default, Windows Media Player will pull metadata, such as the title, artist, album, and cover art from the Internet.If you did not accept that default option during setup, we’ll need to turn the feature on first. On the Library tab, ensure that Retrieve additional information form the Internet is checked. Editing Metadata Now we’re ready to update some files.The results of WMP’s search for the media information are on the right.Click on Artists, Albums , or Tracks to scroll through the search results and try to find a match.You can also type in new keywords in the Search box and hit enter (or click the Search button) to perform a new search.Find a media file with incorrect details or cover art.Right-click on the title and select Find album info.
This will bring up the Find album information window.
Here you’ll see the existing information that Windows Media Player interpreted as correct on the left side.
I was in the process of transferring my pictures to a jump drive (I have a lot of pictures), but had not finished. When I got on the computer the next day, ALL of my pictures had disappeared, including from my daughter's wedding. After the update those files should remain there i mean Old Profile and New one.
In other cases your files are stored in the Old Windows 7 User Profile and those files are in the folder in your system drive.
) where you Windows 10 was upgraded is there a folder called Inside you have the old Windows 7 Folder Structure and Files.
If you still without find your files consider to use a File Recovery Tool, personally i suggest you Photo Rec I could go deeper on their use but there is a lot of manuals un whole Internet.