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    Photo software

    Sorry I couldn't solve this one myself. I read somewhere on this website about free software to help organize all your pictures on your computer. I forogt to write the name down and now cannot find the post.

    Anyone know what I am talking about?

    Thanks

    Jim

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    Picasa?

    Hi Jim,

    I think the software you are talking about is called Picasa. I might be wrong though and at Steves Digicams there is a whole page about photo organizers- http://www.steves-digicams.com/digsoftware_albums.html . Hope this helps!



    Andrew S.

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    Yes that is it!

    Thanks... I guess I was just too glassy eyed from reading posts about cameras that I couldn't see the post just a few lines down from mine for Picasa. <G>

    Also thanks for the link on reviews.

    Jim

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    Jimnphx,

    Yes, agreed. Picasa is a great free tool is you don't mind using Google software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gary_hendricks
    Jimnphx,

    Yes, agreed. Picasa is a great free tool is you don't mind using Google software.
    It's handy in that it hunts for all your photos on the whole system.

    If - like me though - you know where all your photos are, it's easier to use Windows built-in thumbnails.

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    Thumbs up ACDsee

    And I've been using ACDsee - since before the days of Windows Thumbnails - so I just carry on using it and love it. - Well not LOVE, but, y'know really find it easy to use etc...
    Apparently you can get a free download of that as well. Don't know the site - but I'm sure you can find it in Google.

    Geoff
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    And I've been using ACDsee - since before the days of Windows Thumbnails - so I just carry on using it and love it. - Well not LOVE, but, y'know really find it easy to use etc...
    Apparently you can get a free download of that as well. Don't know the site - but I'm sure you can find it in Google.

    Geoff

    Hey I used ACDSee right up to version 4. After that, the just started adding too many 'wizard' type of features to the program. Which I hate.

    Now I use Adobe Photoshop Album instead. Great stuff.

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