If you have used Firefox before, you may find that viewing Exif tags in your Firefox toolbar is either confusing or impossible. This can be fixed by adding the Exif Viewer plug-in. You can find this included with Firefox for free and will be sure to love it, especially if you view a lot of digital images such as pictures of family members or your favorite places. One of the best ways to view these images in Firefox is to download them into your desktop folder and then open up the Exif Viewer. You should be able to select images in the Exif Viewer and then save them to your desktop folder just like you would save any other image.
The process is quite simple, but there are some things you should know to make the most out of your Exif Viewer. One thing to keep in mind is that some browsers, such as Internet Explorer, will not automatically display the HTML code from an uploaded JPEG or text file. In that case you need to click on one of those small boxes with your mouse, or click on the "PDF" icon on the browser's toolbar to access the editor. To upload your image, simply copy the entire document and paste into the Exif Viewer. The Exif Viewer will then tell you where the data from your file is stored in. This way you can access this data directly instead of having to browse through long file sections in Windows.
There are many other software supports for Exif files other than the Windows version of Exif Viewer. However, you should check to see if your file is in one of those formats before you try and view it in the software. Exif Viewer is one of the easiest programs for Windows to use in this respect. However, it will only work properly on Windows if it is able to read the proper formats for the image file you are trying to upload. If your PC doesn't support the Exif format on its own, you should use a separate program for the task.