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PowerPhotos Help

Registering PowerPhotos

Many of the features of PowerPhotos work without a registration code, but if you find PowerPhotos useful and/or wish to use some of the advanced features only available to registered users, a license can be purchased for $29.95 by clicking the “Purchase Now” button in the upper right corner of the main window, or online at https://store.fatcatsoftware.com. The differences between a licensed and an unlicensed copy of the program is outlined below

  Unlicensed Licensed
Create new libraries Yes Yes
Use existing libraries Yes Yes
Search libraries Yes Yes
Find duplicate photos Find duplicates only Mark duplicate photos for deletion
Copy photos and albums 20 photos at a time Unlimited photo copying
Merge libraries Preview only Yes
Delete photos 20 photos at a time Unlimited photo deletion
Migrate iPhoto libraries 2 libraries at a time Unlimited libraries at a time

Unregistered copies of PowerPhotos can be used on as many computers as you’d like. A license for PowerPhotos is for a single user, but allows for use on two machines (e.g. a desktop and a laptop). If you intend have more than one user using the registration-only features of the program, you should purchase a registration code for each person who will be using the program. If you buy a code for multiple users, the number of users the registration covers will be shown in the registration window.

Licenses for iPhoto Library Manager 4 and PowerPhotos are interchangeable. If you previously owned iPLM 4, you can use the same serial number you received to register PowerPhotos as well. If you have iPhoto Library Manager already installed on your machine, PowerPhotos will automatically read your existing iPLM registration. Otherwise, you can manually enter your name and serial number into the registration window in PowerPhotos. If you need to retrieve your registration information, visit our https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/lost_license/.

Similarly, if you purchased PowerPhotos, you can use that serial number with iPLM 4 too, if you should need to do any work with your iPhoto libraires before migrating them over to Photos.

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