Click on the WINDOWS Start Menu Icon like the one on the left.
Here you will find one or more folders, usually divided by date but not always. I have been clicking once on this folder and then right clicking either COPY or CUT.
If you want the photos off your camera, click CUT.
If you want them on your camera to print at a store, click COPY.
Go back to that original file you created and paste it in.
The next way you can move photos is click on IMPORT PICTURES.
Take note of the name of the folder. You should be able to find it in MY PICTURES.
There is a third way to get pictures and I use this way when my camera software does not work.
You can make a folder as explained above where you know it is. Minimize that.
Go to the Windows Icon as mentioned above at the beginning. Click COMPUTER. Click on the Camera Device Listed.
Confused yet? I hope not. 🙂
Before I upload to Facebook or any other social media I will usually edit it, by making smaller, cropping, or whatever else through a picture program such as Paint, Paint Shop. Smaller photos will upload a lot faster. Larger ones often make your computer freeze. After making changes, click SAVE AS. You can save using orig. name but add a number or letter at the end to distinguish it from your orig. photo which you may want to save for later. It is often better to use originals when you want to print them. Remember where the file with your photos are stored on your computer so you can find them for uploading to social media later.