There are both software and hardware prerequisites that must be met for the Canon applications to install and run properly. Does your computer meet the minimum hardware requirements.
ZoomBrowser was discontinued several years ago, perhaps a decade or so.
yes, hardware and software requirements are met.
What Canon product can be used as replacement for Zoom Browser ? (to download photos from memory card to computer )
The installer disagrees with you. There is an issue with your setup. What type of computer are you running?
Are you using an off-the-shelf laptop/PC? Or are you using a tower/desktop that you have built yourself form a motherboard and other parts?
The EOS Utility is used to connect the camera to a computer for downloading files, uploading lens profiles and firmware updates. It can also be used for Live View Remote Shooting and Camera Control.
You don't need any software to transfer images from the memory card to your computer. Use a USB cable to connect the camera to your computer and use Windows File Explorer to view the contents of the memory card and copy images from the card to your computer. Make sure Wi-Fi in the camera is disabled to use a USB cable.
You can also use a memory card reader to transfer images. That is how I do it.
I am using a desktop computer with processor Intel 7, generation 12 th
and 16 GB of RAM,
one hard disk of 1 terabyte for operating system and programs
and one hard disk of 2 terabytes for text and image files
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You don't need ANY software to download files from memory card to computer. All it takes is the USB cable. The camera mounts in Windows File Explorer alongside other drives. Open it, open the DCIM folder, and there are your picture files!.
Just drag them to your computer wherever you want them to go. Much simpler than EOS Utility or ZoomBrowser.
ZoomBrowser is long gone. It and EOS Utility are/were cumbersome tools to use just for getting files from the camera.
You can also put your memory card in an external SD-to-USB adapter and plug into computer to read it. These things are cheap.
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