Windows 10: Importing into Photo, but want to use my folders

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  1.    05 Feb 2018 #11

    lx07 said: View Post
    Just curious but why do you suggest to create a virtual machine?

    There are Windows and MacOS versions also on the website that you linked to. Is the Linux version better in some way?
    Hi there
    @lx07

    The OP doesn't have is Mac any more and also --If you can get the Windows version on W10 to work -- fine -- I just have mine up and running on Linux anyway so I know it works -- I don't really like to suggest a program to others without having tried it first !!!!

    I also use The GIMP for editing -- that does work on Windows as well BTW that I have tried - but that's for a different purpose. I use Photoshop a lot too (Windows).

    hope that clears it up !!!

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  2.    05 Feb 2018 #12

    Digikam was great. Thank you jimbo. Still no clue on Linux or samba is. Just wanted a program to organize the photos. Don't get into editing them too much. Guess I have been stuck in mac os so long that I can not stop thinking of Linux as Line-ex truck bed covering and Samba as that dip that fancy people like. I am just plain, but I want the computer to go fast so I do not spend so much time working. Rather play with GSD (German Shepherd Dog)
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