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Convert a Windows 10 Notebook into a High-Capacity Photo Frame
April 3, 2021

SlideShow can handle tens of thousands of photographs

You can convert a Windows 10 notebook computer into a high-capacity photo frame using my SlideShow program.

Unlike the other photo frames I've tried, which can only handle a relatively small number of photo files, the SlideShow program can handle all my 20,000+ photos. It runs for month after month with no issues. If there were memory or resource leaks, I'd know, since the computer has only a tiny amount of RAM.

If you'd like to give it a try, download it. You will have to have java installed, and you'll have to download one of the Eclipse user-interface jar files (see the


Keywords: SlideShow, Photo Frame, high-capacity, Windows 10, java, SWT

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