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Topic # 185729 2-Dec-2015 22:13
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So tonight sitting at home with my fiancee of years my laptop pops up with a notification.  I have a look and it's the photo app saying it's created a new / multiple new photo albums for me.

I was quite surprised at this so click the notification for it to pop up with photos all based on my last relationship.  Not only were both of us surprised but it was also a little embarrassing since it's been over 5 years since I was with my ex wife and although you might be thinking why do i have photos still this was simply from a old hard drive and include all the photos I've taken in the last 10+ years so has pretty much the only photos I have of my children growing up too.

Does anyone have any knowledge of how I can turn off auto album making or can I simply uninstall this app and go back to using some other photo software.

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  Reply # 1439633 3-Dec-2015 01:04
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It doesn't look like you can turn off auto album creation I'd probably just uninstall it if you're not happy with it and really it is rather crap when compared with the like of say xnview which is free and far more powerful

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