Microsoft's accounting of Time Zones has confused many. For example the times on a CD you just made has differed from your local time.
This is not a bug but explaining it can be frightfully hard at times.
So think about it like this. What timezone should be used on removable and/or recordable memory or discs?
I'm using Windows Photo Gallery for the first time. I've noticed that there is a one hour time difference between all my photos in Windows Photo Gallery and my photos in my pictures folder. A picture in the Pictures Folder will have a time stamp of 10:01 AM. The same picture in Photo Gallery will have a time stamp of 11:01 AM. These are pictures that have not been changed - I have not changed the date or time on them at all. Any ideas?
Thanks for your help! - Tara