Multiple "sets" of images

Multiple "sets" of images

Some folks have multiple sets of images that are completely different.  Family photos and work photos for example.  But there could be many other situations.

Tag That Photo only has one database per Windows user.  However, you could do a backup of one database that is tracking personal photos.  Then do a database reset, and start tagging an entirely new set of photos.  Then make sure you take a backup of that before restoring and working on the other database.

This may make managing a very large set of images much easier!

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