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PhotoPerfect Express review

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Manufacturer: Arcadia Software

Our Rating: We rate this 3.5 out of 5

It's an imperfect world, and we all take imperfect photos. PhotoPerfect Express is a free and simple program to clean up your less-than-perfect photos.

It's an imperfect world, and we all take imperfect photos. PhotoPerfect Express is a free and simple program to clean up your less-than-perfect photos.

Don't look for many bells and whistles in PhotoPerfect Express, because you won't find any. Choose a photo, then select the method of image optimisation you want from the right-side of the screen, and save the resulting cleaned-up photo.

In two of the methods, a watermark appears; if you want to use those methods without a watermark, you have to buy the for-pay version of PhotoPerfect Express. If you want additional editing features, you'll have to pay as well.

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PhotoPerfect Express Expert Verdict »

Intel Pentium 4 Processor
256MB of RAM (512MB recommended for XP,1GB for Vista)
43MB available hard disk space
  • Overall: We give this item 7 of 10 overall

No, PhotoPerfect Express isn't a power tool, but then again, it's free. And if you want simple photo cleanup, it's worth the download.

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