I have a DELL gaming laptop (bought it for the graphics). Lots of RAM and storage. Spent some time with Skylum support as I (nor the Geek Squad) could stop every edit on Luminar 4 from appearing in my windows photos. Finally, I learned that the Luminar Catalog needs to be placed on my "C" drive and my photos remain on my "D" drive. In installing Luminar AI, the only option (it was automatic) was to allow the software to install Luminar AI on my "D" drive. Now it is back to a zillion copies which, I am told, reflect each edit. Additionally, the software started importing all photos from Windows photo which I canceled So, I am waiting on hearing from Skylum as to how to correct this problem...again. I have learned that whenever someone works on my laptop I need to tell them to NOT MOVE THE LUMINAR catalog from "C" drive. That said, Luminar AI installed beautifully. I will add I learned that the new MAC laptops with the M-12 chip are not totally compatible with Luminar AI yet...supposed to be right by the end of January. Glad I learned this as I was about to buy a MAC just for photo editing...now I will wait a few months. I, too, believe that Windows Users are at a disadvantage with photo editing software; even the instruction videos on You Tube are most done on MAC's.
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