If you want to get the most from your digital photos, forget the free software that shipped with your digital camera. Indeed, go beyond the usual freeware and other cheap commercial alternatives. You're best sticking with professional-level software that will enable you to organise and tweak just about every aspect of your collection.
Adobe Project Lightroom 1.1 is the latest version of the professional photography software from Adobe, designed to compete against Aperture from Apple (which is Mac OS X only). The interface is very different from your normal Windows application, designed to stop distraction when editing your photos. It's designed for digital photographers, although anyone with any serious interest in getting the most from their images, should consider Lightroom.
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