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Old 05-05-2010, 07:50 AM   #1
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Is there any good freeware Image editing software for Windows XP ?

And what do you suggest?

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Old 05-05-2010, 10:23 AM   #2
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Hi Jack,

There are several free image editing tools : IrfanView, Paint.NET or (a simpler and not so well know ) BS Picture. Depends on your needs which one you want to use.

I use ( and recommend ) Irfanview!

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I have to a gree with bobelinho, but if you want a photoshop like program I would recommend the GIMP. It will take a little learning but you will love it in the end.
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I would also recommend IrfanView it's a cool little program that that's easy to use. GIMP is another good one as suggested by wmorri.
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Image Analyzer is a simple neat photo editor.
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Old 05-10-2010, 10:15 AM   #6
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The best is Adobe Photoshop and Snagit
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Old 05-10-2010, 05:09 PM   #7
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The best is Adobe Photoshop and Snagit
Snagit is a screen capture program, and photoshop most definitely isn't free! It'd be helpful if you read and understood the question before posting.

GIMP and Paint.NET are the two photoshop alternatives I've used - both are respectable tools and have a number of extensions and plugins.
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Snagit is a screen capture program, and photoshop most definitely isn't free! It'd be helpful if you read and understood the question before posting.

GIMP and Paint.NET are the two photoshop alternatives I've used - both are respectable tools and have a number of extensions and plugins.
GIMP is good once you master it, but there is a bit of a learning curve involved. Haven't tried Paint.NET. I think they were implying that u cn get a cracked version of photoshop relatively easy.

I agree with the rec. for GIMP tho, good program.

Inkscape is also nice.
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Artweaver 1.5 is now released. Artweaver is a painting program which is suitable for beginners but also suitable for advanced users. You can record all your steps and replay them afterwards or provide them to other users.
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