There is a new browsing and editing software available for download from Nikon called the Nikon NX Studio. It seems to combine elements from ViewNX-i and Capture NX-D into one program, and upon installation it removes the earlier versions of ViewNX-i. I downloaded it and tested it briefly and it seemed to work well. It seems that once edits are done, one needs to export them to make jpg or tiff files to read in other applications. One can open Photoshop as from ViewNX-i (it goes through ACR) in which case the edits are not applied or export and then open the jpg or tiff file with Photoshop in which case the edited file is opened. I found this to be easier to work with than Capture NX-D where you had to specify explicitly which directory the edited and exported file is stored in. In NX Studio, you can choose it to be stored in a specific directory or the same directory as the original image. I prefer the latter so that the different versions stay together. I'll be testing this software more in the coming weeks. I've always favored Nikon software for browsing as it respects the in-camera edits even in the case of NEF files, and it also can show the camera settings (autofocus points used etc.) in more detail than third-party software. However, while I was a regular user of the early Capture NX2, I never got along very well with its successor NX-D (mainly because it required storing edited and exported files in a separately named directory and it could get confused if I specified the same directory as the original). These issues seem to have been fixed now. I look forward to using NX Studio.