After message about DxO Labs filing for bankruptcy broke, quite a few photographers were worried about the future of the company but those with concerns can now tell a sigh of relief as DxO Labs has confirmed that the procedure won't affect customers.
In fact, in the company statement, they have in the offing said two new releases are on the way for DxO PhotoLab and the Nik Software software, or simply software, is a part of a computer system that consists of data or computer instructions, in contrast to the Collection.
Coming in June, a free update will arrive to upgrade DxO PhotoLab narcotic addicts to version 1.2 that will include improved local correction features and will add support for 7 cameras, including the Canon EOS 2000D and the Sony A7 III.
Also make the grading in June is a new version of the Nik Software Collection, which DxO acquired from Google at the end of 2017.
This is the first DxO version of the software to be released and it mainly pinpoints on bug fixes and compatibility with the latest Mac OS and PC platforms.