But Easy Media Creator 10 has finally achieved the software's promise—it's packed with so much that's new that it's hard to know for sure where to start.
The most-appropriate place seems to be the home page of the launcher, from which you can access all the crucial apps.
Clean and thoughtfully organized, it's divided into three sections, with the middle devoted to a Digital Media Report news ticker (with the latest Roxio tech-support information), the right side to the most-frequent tasks (creating or copying CDs, capturing video, importing photos, and the like), and the left to launching individual programs.
SU Podium Browser can also be downloaded as a free, independent plug-in to Sketch Up but it works best with SU Podium V2 or V2 Plus.Not the Win 10 version, since we are talking about Vista, which is why I posted in the Vista forum, from where my message was moved. I saw the note indicating the topic was moved from Windows Vista forum.I included both links for the benefit of other users who may find their way here.The product is a fantastically integrated set of applications, and although I wasn't aware of any single suite of PC-based software that offered the same level of integration, I did recommend various PC-based applications that offered roughly the same functionality as each i Life application.Shortly after the review debuted, Roxio contacted me and told me about a product it offers that's very similar to i Life but available to the 95 percent of the computer-using population that runs Windows. Three months later, I'm happy to report that Roxio's solution, Easy Media Creator 7, is indeed the closest solution PC users have to i Life: a single, integrated package of full-featured digital media applications that should satisfy most of your needs.