Yes! There is a "Select" button on the bottom of the grid view page (e.g. the "Pictures without geotag" page) that allows you to select all the pictures that you want to assign to the same location. Once you did that, you can use the "Geotag" button to choose the location on the map and save it to the selected pictures.
GeoPhoto needs to check all selected folders in order to determine if any new pictures have been added or any old pictures have been removed. Depending on the device you are using and the amount of pictures in the folders, this process can take different amount of times. If the pictures are stored on a SSD, this process is significantly faster compared to when they are stored on a HDD. Once the scan has been completed, GeoPhoto stores the location information of the pictures in a cache that is used on the next app startups in order to improve the loading speed. Using this cache, GeoPhoto also shows the cached pictures on the map immediately after it has been started, but continues to scan the folders for any changes in the background.
Possible reasons could be:
If you cannot see a map after starting GeoPhoto, this could be a defect of Windows or the Maps component hasn't been initialized yet. Please check if the pre-installed Maps app works properly.
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