It's bound to happen, you buy a digital camera and before you know it you have hundreds of photos backed up on your hard drive. One way to keep track of them is to use a program like Studio Lines Photo 2 that lets you organize, edit and share your photos.
When you first start up Studio Line Photo 2 it may see overwhelming at first, but plenty of help is available built into the program.
For starters you can use the tutorials to become familiar with the program and it various features. Two other handy helpers are the tool tips which appear when you stop on a tool button giving information on what that particular button does, and second is called hint panels. Hint Panels are like mini how to's about particular feature to get you up and going with little fuss.
If you have a digital camera you'll more than likely have hundreds of photos stored on CD or your hard drive. The problem with this is, if you are searching for a particular picture or group of pictures you'd have to scroll through all of them unless you had the fore thought of arranging them into folders.
All that is unnecassary with studio Line Photo 2. Photo 2 has the ability to add descriptions to each of your photos. For example you could give a group of photos the description "2003 summer vacation".