One of the most popular and most used of all Mac's embedded applications was iPhoto, which has now become pictures. Built on Images is all sorts of hidden tricks, but you need a tool to get them out.
This new app picks up where iPhoto Library Manager has turned off; a tool that allows you to create and manage multiple photo libraries, easily switch between libraries, browse through photos from PowerPhotos, and even find duplicates. It is little known that you can create multiple photo libraries just by holding down the Options key when you click Images in the Dock. The popup window gives you choice; Create a new Photos library or open an existing Photos library.
PowerPhotos makes the simple process seem complicated and outdated by allowing you to view photos without opening pictures, merging libraries or splitting photo libraries (good idea if you use the iCloud Photo Library but do not want to pay extra money to Apple for more
Click on a photo library and view the content instantly in the browser window ̵
at all.  PowerPhotos gives you tools to find and delete image duplicates in Photos. If you have used iPhoto or Aperture or both, the app has yet another migration setting to make the migration easier. For the Mincey clan we have all our own photo libraries on our respective Macs, but we back up these libraries to the iMac home table, where each family member's Photos library can be viewed and administrated
The app does not yet have all the same bells and whistles available in iPhoto Library Manager, but the basics are there. More images in library management have never been easier. This is one of these must have Mac tools for everyone with tens of thousands of pictures.