Walt Mossberg: Apple’s iPhoto superior to new Windows offerings

“I’ve been testing the two new Windows programs — Picasa, from Lifescape Solutions, a new Boston company, and Adobe Photoshop Album, from the giant Silicon Valley graphics company.

Overall, I liked both, but consider them inferior to iPhoto because they lack iPhoto’s bedrock feature: the ability of users to place any photo in multiple virtual albums of their own creation and then use those albums to make slideshows, sets of prints or even a book. Picasa and Adobe Photoshop allow you to do slideshows and prints, but their organizing mechanisms are more rigid or complicated,” writes Walter Mossberg for WSJ. Read it here.

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