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You can use a dedicated EXIF viewer for this, but Xn View works well, is free, and is good to have for many different things.
Once you have established that your camera is NOT writing the orientation tag, you can safely rotate the pictures in your preferred photo software.
In those cases where it does not, you can usually find a rotation button or icon to turn the photo to the proper orientation without having to correct the rotation locally and upload the photo again.
I have personally verified that these programs display photos according to the embedded orientation flag.
If you suspect this is the case, you can use a program to view the EXIF data of the photos before doing any editing in another program.
You want to be sure that the program you use is showing ALL the EXIF information and not just the fields it thinks are important.
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If you use multiple programs to process your photos, one or more of them could be reading or writing the orientation information incorrectly, causing the photo to display sideways, upside-down, or otherwise incorrectly.