Chapter 7. Bridge CS3
Although Photoshop is an indispensable image editor (because you must open an image before you can view it), it is not a practical tool for sorting through lots of pictures. For this reason, Adobe created Bridge, a file browser that allows you to examine thumbnails of entire folders full of images without having to open any individual files.
Bridge CS2 let you view a photo and examine its EXIF and IPTC metadata, and it also allowed you to perform many operations that you usually use a file manager for: copying, moving, and creating folders, and deleting files. The Bridge CS3 beta maintains these features, but Adobe has acknowledged ...