Adobe's rolling all of its longtime products into cloud-based apps has unleashed a wave of alternatives and now a Mac and Linux-user favorite is going to enter the Windows market to answer user need in the wake of Adobe’s cloud consolidation scheme.
Ever since the beginning of the PC revolution, there has existed a certain segment of the user community that swears by and fully supports open-source software in all its forms, whether it is using Linux as a preferred OS or something as simple as using Firefox over Google Chrome.
Digital media professionals are not immune to these dispositions which has led to the creation of amazing software like open-source Adobe Lightroom alternative Darktable.
As DIY Photography quotes, “Hell has frozen over” and Darktable is coming to Microsoft’s Windows OS. It is not a fully-featured release, but it is a start nonetheless.