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Just in case anybody is interested digiKam 5.0.0 has been released (including a Windows version).

For more details see: https://www.digikam.org/

64-bit Windows version

seems to have issues.


You will find a link to the fixed installer in developer's Comment 26.

If I understand things correctly, version 5.0.1 might come "soon". Windows environment would benefit from an usable open-source program of this kind.

- Mart


(Edited: 07 July 2016 15:47 UTC)

Nice news to see Digikam

Nice news to see Digikam becoming more reliable on Windows as I use it from years on Linux with many satisfaction and some time I had to use windows (especially at office).!

Nice news to see Digikam

Sorry, the message was posted twice, but I can't delete it... 

I have been using digikam for

I have been using digikam for a while and I huge fan of the spektrum presets. The final result is just awesome. What are the other favourite presets your guys use ?  On a side note, if you guys have nothing better to do , you can read my blog at www.scrapelink.com where I do nothing but random ranting.