There are some applications on PCs that are a necessity. A media player would be one, maybe a download manager, but another very useful tool is an image editor. Most of us have a digital camera and being able to edit and look in detail at the images on our computer is a great way to optimise the photos we have taken. With a good image editor you are able to make sure that your photos are as good as they can be by using various manipulation features such as colour and brightness adjustment, resizing and rotating.
Photobie 4.4 is a useful image editor, but try to ignore the dated interface and you’ll notice the fairly extensive feature-set which is rare for a free tool. You can quickly browse your huge image library in thumbnail format and it also has its own screen capture tool.
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