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Right-click or hold Control and click iPhoto in the dock, then hold down the alt/Option key and "Quit" will change to "Force Quit". Click that and it should kill it off.
Force Quit unresponsive applications. Click the Logo at the top left of your Menu Bar and select Force Quit... This will bring up the Force Quit Applications dialog where you can see unresponsive and/or all running applications. Choose the unresponsive application (in your case iPhoto) by clicking on it. Click the Force Quit Button This dialog can be ...
Deleting the App doesn't delete the Library, you need to do that separately. Default location is at: ~/Pictures/iPhoto Library Note: The "~" (tilde), in the pathname above, is your Home Folder.
Albums > Faces - the pending list should appear at the bottom of the page, if there are any new faces to tag.
First, you will have to update to Photos app on OS X, as iPhoto is not compatible with iCloud Photo Library. Activate iCloud Photo Library and subscribe a storage plan that accommodates your pictures and anything else you have there (iOS Backups, for instance). Select the "Optimize Mac Storage" on the Photos app Preferences > iCloud pane. Then import ...
iCloud Photo Library with "Optimize device storage enabled" will make a copy of your full resolution photos and videos, and will leave a small copy on your device, if storage space is needed. It will not remove them but it will sync changes made in all connected devices (deletes, edits, albums).
The Photos problem could be solved by typing the following into a Terminal defaults write com.apple.Photos shouldAutoLaunch 0 and defaults write com.apple.Photos canAutoLaunch 0 You can stop iTunes from opening by going to System Preferences>Users & Groups>Login Items and remove iTunes Helper from the list.
The error message is likely because you have an old version of iPhoto installed, from your previous version of OS X. It may be too old and does not support Yosemite (the latest version, iPhoto 9.6.1, should still run). iPhoto is no longer supported and has been replaced by the new Photos app as of OS X 10.10.3. Correspondingly, the iPhoto app is longer ...
OS X (10.10) Yosemite's Photos app stores all photos in its own library. You can find this library in your «Pictures» folder (/Users/USERNAME/Pictures/Photos Library). So any image that is imported is stored in that library (unless you have specified otherwise in the Photos app's preferences). has made a nice «Get started» page you should take a look ...
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