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FindMySoft Editor's Review
PhotoSelector - Sort your pictures fast and easy
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Digital cameras have become more and more popular during the last decade, allowing anyone to take pictures until the memory card is full. Because one can take so many pictures, it is hard to sort them all after transferring them to the hard drive. This can be done a lot easier with PhotoSelector. When you look at it for the first time, you will say that it is just an explorer window with some extra bells and whistles attached, but you would be wrong. Yes, it is simple, but the software is very useful when you have to go through all those pictures you have taken and decide which one to keep and which one to delete.

PhotoSelector is freeware, which means that you can download it for free. It will not take long because the installation file is a little over 3 and a half Mb large. The setup wizard is straightforward, but you may get slowed down if you do not have MS .NET Framework 4.0 installed. If you do not have it, the wizard will offer to install it right away, sparing you from searching it on the web.

The user interface works like a standard explorer window, which will only display images on the central area. You can use a tree structure, on the left side of the window, to reach a folder much faster. When you select a folder with images, they will be displayed immediately in the preview area and you can go through them via Next and Previous buttons or by clicking their entries in a list, beneath the tree structure.

Besides the Next and Previous buttons, which are located beneath the image preview, you will find others for basic functions like renaming, rotating, copying, moving or deleting. While a destination path is set, on the bottom side of the interface, moving or copying a picture only requires clicking the appropriate button.

The preview area can be split in up to four parts by clicking one of the three buttons, also located in the lower area of the main window. If you have taken multiple shots of the same scenery, and you want to keep only some of them, then this feature proves to be very useful, helping you to keep one or more images displayed at all times for reference. It is also possible to add a description, copyright or GPS location to an image, by typing these details in a small window. This option, among others, can be found in a context menu after right clicking an image. There is also a Pro version of the software available for purchase, which will provide you with additional features, such as sending images by email and more.

Pros:
The software is very lightweight, but it comes in very handy when you have to sort a large number of pictures. All the available options can be found with great ease, making the program accessible to any user, regardless of experience.

Cons:
Using the reference feature (which splits the preview area) can be confusing at the beginning.

Any number of pictures can be sorted with great efficiency, when using PhotoSelector. The interface's simplicity and familiarity let you do this fast and easy.

You can download PhotoSelector free here.
About the author: Frederick Barton
Frederick is a software review editor at FindMySoft. From gadgets to software.
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PhotoSelector Editor's Review Rating
PhotoSelector has been reviewed by Frederick Barton on 12 Mar 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated PhotoSelector 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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