Elements Organizer: Not the same as Bridge

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don't want to give praise today ! writing because I am totally frustrated with your new elements organizer 10. It is not an upgrade as far as I can see. The adobe bridge was much more friendly to operate.
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What sorts of changes where you expecting in the Elements Organizer 10 when compared to previous versions? The new features are listed here: http://www.adobe.com/products/photosh...

As far a Bridge is concerned, these are two very different applications. Bridge is a file navigation application, similar to Windows Explorer or Mac Finder. It simply shows you the contents of your hard drive, but provides thumbnails for all Adobe supported file formats, even if you do not have that particular application installed.

Elements Organizer is a database driven digital asset manager. You tell this application which files you would like to manage by importing them.

Comparing Elements Organizer to Bridge is like comparing Photoshop to Illustrator. While they have similar features and some crossover of functionality, they are fundamentally different applications.
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HOw do I get Bridge for my Elements 11 on a Mac?
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Bridge comes with the applications in the Creative Suite and the Creative Cloud. A version of Bridge, with many features removed, was provided for Photoshop Elements versions 6 and 8 only.