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PhotoSelector 8.1

A tool which will help you sort and manage your digital photos

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PhotoSelector screenshotPhotoSelector is a program which will help you better organize your digital photo collection. The application lets you sort, organize and delete your photos with minimum effort. The program uses the EXIF information to sort your image files and delete the duplicates. Moreover, the program enables you to resize your images in order to send them via e-mail.

PhotoSelector allows you to see your photos a slideshow and will help you prepare autorun discs in just a few simple steps. The application comes with support for RAW image files and GPS data. The program also offers a cropping feature with aspect ratio support. Detail and Thumbnail views are available as well.

PhotoSelector comes with support for command line and drag&drop operations. Keyboard shortcuts are also supported.


  • The program supports RAW image files.
  • The application lets you easily manage and handle your photos.


  • Additional codecs are required in order to work with RAW images.
Name PhotoSelector
Version 8.1
Developer | see all products from this developer
Product Homepage PhotoSelector
License Free to try (Shareware)
Last Week Downloads 7
All Time Downloads 2,791
Filename PhotoSelectorFullInstall8.1.0.0.exe
Filesize 9.1MB
MD5 Checksum CCBCFE98903B61B47E3D4A67060F7FB0
OS Support Windows All
Category Design & Photo

100% CLEAN Certification

BadgePhotoSelector has been tested by team against viruses, spyware, adware, trojan, backdoors and was found to be 100% clean. Our editors will recheck this software periodically to assure that it remains clean.


Old Versions

Software Date Added
PhotoSelector 8.1 April 13, 2017 - Latest Version
PhotoSelector 7.0 December 19, 2011
PhotoSelector 6.1 September 06, 2011
PhotoSelector 6.0 June 14, 2011
PhotoSelector 5.1 June 06, 2011

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