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Adobe Photoshop Album - Starter Edition


Angry Kid

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All,

I wonder if you could help with suggestions of recommended free software.

My wife has used the Adobe software for a number of years and enjoyed it. However, she is curious as to what else will have taken its place over the years.

Thanks for your help.

Angry ;-)

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torver

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Hi Angry, It all depends on what you want to do. The Gimp for windows is almost as good as the full setup of photoshop but is a bit idiosyncratic. Picasa from google will do the basics or there is Serif PhotoPlus Starter Edition 3 which is free although you have to register with an email (not a problem for me as I have an email address which I use purely for sites asking for an email which could be used for sending spam, then every month I clear it all out) and the options that are not available with this free version introduce a pop up box exhorting you to upgrade to the paid version but it gets good reviews Regards

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hssutton

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Photoshop Album was essentially and image organizer, albeit with basic editing thrown in. If you want an freeware editor then paint.net is one of the best. [Paint.net][1]

However if you want an editor + Organnizer for free then Picasa is probably the one to use. [Picasa][1]

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hssutton

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Sorry the links are missing

Picasa

Paint.net

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