Wait! Don't jump to any conclusions. I'm talking about on top of my computer, smartphone, and technology stuff. When you install virtually ANY app on a device you have to agree to the Terms and Conditions of the publisher, or you do not get to use that app. Hmm, maybe I should have taken that route in the eighties when I started using all this computer stuff. It's too late now, I am too invested in hardware, software and data. I decided to split up my Lightroom catalog. When initially installed I let the app import Pictures, you know, that folder for photos that Windows creates automatically. If you remove the folder it eventually clones itself and shows up when the operating system is upgraded. I moved Pictures to an exterior hard drive and, eventually another Pictures folder was created in my Documents folder, but it's empty. Oh well, Microsoft is on top. I split the catalog into "Photography" for pictures I take with my camera and import into Lightroom. Then there is a Pictures catalog with all the miscellaneous folders created by Apple, Google and other apps. When I started using Apple iPhones, the photos I took were backed up to iCloud or were they virtually linked from my phone? I am not sure. If I decide to delete a photo I get a message that the photo will be deleted EVERYWHERE. So much for automatic backup. Is it a backup or is it a way for Apple to increase their revenue by filling up your iCloud storage and then asking for more money to increase that storage. Apple on Top! When I signed up for Google Photos, Google started automatically backing up all the photos on my computer. I don't remember telling them to do that. Google on Top! This rant is long enough. What are your thoughts?