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Old Dec 21, 2008, 11:42 AM   #11
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Faststone makes some small and nice photo viewers, that can do RAW conversion, slideshow and basic image manipulation for you.

MaxView is free for personal use, which is a plus.
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Old Dec 21, 2008, 2:18 PM   #12
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I've been using Paint Shop Pro for several years and recently added Elements 7.0. There are specific things for which I like to use each program. I can work more quickly with PSP, but Elements has more bells and whistles. So far, I have found little that Photoshop can do that one or the other two cannot.

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I've been using Paint Shop Pro for several years and recently added Elements 7.0. There are specific things for which I like to use each program. I can work more quickly with PSP, but Elements has more bells and whistles. So far, I have found little that Photoshop can do that one or the other two cannot.

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Elements has more bells and whistles? what version of PSP are you using? elements isn't as powerful than PSP.
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Im not a huge fan of Adobe products (I can feel the arrows coming in!).

I generally find them overburdened with functionality and difficult to learn.

However, I could see that people who get through the learning curve would like the power of their products.

I do use Dreamweaver, however the user interface was well established by Macromedia before Adobe could get their hands on it and turn it into something else.
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