The files should not have been changed at all...unless there were modifications done to them you'll find them in their original locations and original format/type. Thus, no conversion should have been done. I'm guessing that the issue is that when double-clicking a file, it is automatically opened in Kodak's Easy Share software. In that case it's just an association issue...Kodak has been set as the default program to open those files. Uninstalling Kodak Easy Share should restore your defaults, transporting you back to your home planet. Another thing you can do, whether your leave the program installed or not, is right-click one of the files, select "open with," choose the program of your choice, and check the box that states the program should always be used.
Hope this helps,
The old trick, my daughter arrived home with a Kodak Easy Share CD and promptly loaded it onto my computer. Now all my Jpeg files and the like, for various programs are converted to Kodak Easy Share.
I'd like to go back to the world I once knew. If I uninstall the Kodak software will my files revert back to they're previous file type? I want to get rid of the program anyway as it's crushing my already overloaded computer. Yes I know, hopefully a new computer one day.
I checked for a Restore point but of course none available.