Photoshop Elements Organizer is a tool to manage your photo library. It links to your Elements-created and --edited photos, allowing you to move or delete batches at once. Organiser comes with all versions of Elements and there is no way to disable it from within the program itself. Because it is a stand-alone application, though, deleting it from Windows Explorer will do the trick.
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Open the "Program Files" folder on your hard drive, then double-click "Photoshop Elements."
Right-click the file labelled "PhotoshopElementsOrganizer.exe." Depending on your Windows set-up, it may or may not have the "exe" extension.
Select "Delete." This will move the file to the Recycle Bin, disabling it from use from Photoshop Elements. If you change your mind, you can replace it up until the point where you empty the Recycling Bin.
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