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RickyHippo

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I want to have PhotoShop, But my computer is slow and I don't want my computer to be even slower. Is there a way to get phtoshop without downloading or buy:confused:ing?
 

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There's no freeware of Photoshop .. You have to buy it.
The next best freeware Advanced Image Editor is Gimp
Adobe Photoshop Elements will give you about 90% of the image editing tools found in Photoshop for about 10% of the price.

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Yes. You can get it free for a 30 day trial and see if your PC can handle it. I believe this applies to all of the edit programs: Elements, CS4 and Lightroom.

I'd go with Elements. I used to run it on a Pentium 4. Oh heck, I used to run Photoshop 6 on an AMD K7 back in the 90's. Now I have a six core AMD, I don't know how I managed when it took 60 seconds for an image to load up....
 
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I'd go with Elements. I used to run it on a Pentium 4. Oh heck, I used to run Photoshop 6 on an AMD K7 back in the 90's. Now I have a six core AMD, I don't know how I managed when it took 60 seconds for an image to load up....
:eek:

I still run CS4 on a Pentium 4.... 2 gig corsair ram / XP Pro that I homebuilt years ago... still very fast, but I will say it's still squeky clean and pretty much devoted to PS.
 
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