Windows 10 photos


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"Copy and paste" comes to mind. That, of course, requires to know where the photos are stored on your computer (usually in the "Pictures" folder) because that is the Default setting.
 
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Right click and drag to the new folder also works. If you have several you want to move, you can outline them and drag the whole lot together.
 

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