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PS 7 is an image editing program.
PSA SE is an image organizing tool.
PS 7 has no organizing capabilities.
PSA SE has no real editing functions.
Thank you Colin for your precise response.
There's a lot of image organizing software around.
Is PSA SE better than that, in the way that PS dominates the photo manipulation field?
PSA has an individual style, based on a combination of tags and the time/date. I have not found better. Other people undoubtedly have other preferences.
may i ask a question about the adobe starter editions? yesterday my starter edition upgraded from version 2, to version 3. a new icon was created on my desktop for 3, but the older icon remains. when i try to access the older version my windows xp searches but cannot find any program. i assume version 3 has pre-empted the older version.
by the way, version 2 is no longer in my add/remove list either.
so, my question is this. can i do a file search for any and all things adobe photoshop starter edition v. 2, and delete or uninstall everything that comes up without goofing up my working version? the updated version?
it may be that the only thing remaining is that shortcut icon to version 2, but i havent done the search yet.
the same thing applies to my adobe reader. i have updated continuously from version 4, (that came with the computer) and am now running version 7+. i still have icons for the older versions, and the older versions are in my add/remove programs as well. if im only going to use the newest version, is it safe to uninstall or delete or remove all older versions? (that would be versions 4, 5, and 6.) thanks for your help.
Russel. Just delete the icons.
colin. thanks for answering my question. so i should just delete only the icons and leave the actual programs alone? thanks. russell
> so i should just delete only the icons and leave the actual programs alone?
From what you said, the programs have gone and it's just the icons left. An icon [or shortcut to be precise with terminology] is just a pointer to a program/file. If the thing it points to is removed, the shortcut can remain, but is useless.
good deal colin. thanks again for the help. russ