Using quick filters in ImageRanger
Deep inside the storage drive is the place where all your photos are kept.
It is a folder which holds every photo you have ever saved.
After several years have passed, it's easy to lose track of your photos. There are probably photos in there which you've never even seen, as you copied them straight from your camera. You've never had time to take another look.
What can be done with all these photos? You can spend hours trying to sort your pictures into different folders manually. But then there is the conundrum of how to name them. Some people prefer to name their folders based on the year the photos were taken.
Others name their folders according to a common theme.
Doing it this way does help to keep your photos nicely organized. As everytime you have new photos, you can save them in the right place. However, this takes ongoing effort on your part. At some point, you may find that you don't have the time to sort photos anymore, so you end up with unsorted folders again.
With ImageRanger you don't have to sort your photos beforehand. Simply browse the topmost folder.
Here you will see all of your pictures.
So you want to find photos from that birthday party in 2010? Just use the Time or Location filters to bring up the pictures you want.
It doesn't matter whether or not you've taken time to sort your images beforehand; ImageRanger will be able to identify them from your unsorted folders. You can just leave them as they are. Though of course you can also learn how to organize photos with ImageRanger if you'd like, but you don't have to.
In the end, it is all about freeing up your time for the more important things in life.