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Hi!

Is there any way or software that let me view all the images in several folders?

I have a lot of images in a lot of folders. Is there any way of view them all at once even though they are in different folders?

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Not using iPhoto and "assuming" all these folders are inside your Pictures folder, give Picasa a try.

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Why not just use iPhoto (or Aperture)
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maybe even consider Aperture,
For what you get, the price is cheap compared to any other like Lightroom
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