Not exactly the same. I have a Galaxy S5 and Windows 10. When I plug the phone into my computer, I can transfer them to a folder. They come in as jpg files. Those of course can be edited.
Do you have some videos in with your pictures and are you trying to add the entire folder at once? That may give you a problem.
If you are shooting in the raw mode, you will either need a converter (defeating the purpose of the raw files) or you will need a PhotoEditing program that will handle the raw file. PhotoSuite doesn;t handle raw files. Since it doesn't, download the trial version of Corel's PaintShop or Cyberlink's PhotoDirector. They will handle most but not all raw files.
PaintShop will handle these types of raw files; "RAW file support for over 450 camera models, including the following file extensions: 3FR, ARW, CR2, CRW, DCR, DNG, K25, KDC, NEF, NRW, ORF, PEF, RAF, RW2, SR2, SRF, X3F (see all RAW camera support below) "
Your files should be DNG format.