When you look back at software innovation, Apple pushed a few boundaries with the release of iLife, a complete suite of media management software that enabled you to edit your photos, create your own music, produce a home movie and much more. To this day, this hasn't been bettered and it has been left to third-party software developers to produce an iLife equivalent for the Windows operating system.
With the current issue of Computeractive, issue 262 on-sale from today, you can get the full version of Ashampoo Multimedia Pack 1, worth £72. This consists of four full commercial Ashampoo products that will enable you to edit and manage your photos, create music, burn your own audio and data discs and even take screengrabs on your PC.
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