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Windows 7: Graphic apps for Win7 64bit

14 Dec 2009   #1

Laptop - Win 7 64bit; PC - OpenSuse 11.1
Graphic apps for Win7 64bit

Up till recently I had been using XP and my graphic app of choice had been Compupc, followed by GIMP.

I have now gotten a huge upgrade in hardware (old Sony Viao replaced with a Toshiba Laptop P500-ST6822, 18.4" screen, 1GB DDR3 nVidia card, 6 GB RAM).

I checked Photodex's site but could not find any news about whether they were going to upgrade Compupic to Windows 7.

Can anyone suggest a easy to use cheap to moderately priced app I can get for my new system?

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14 Dec 2009   #2

Windows 7 32 bit

There is a 64 bit version of Gimp for Windows. It claims Vista support so it likely works on W7. As for other apps, I'm not super into graphics manipulation. I just do a few simple things here and there. For freeware I get by with Photofiltre,Irfanview and a few Icon creation utilities. I think the free version of Photofiltre used to do layers but now you may have buy the Pro version for that feature.

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17 Dec 2009   #3

Laptop - Win 7 64bit; PC - OpenSuse 11.1

Thank you.
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17 Dec 2009   #4

Windows 7

You can get Photoshop CS4 on ebay for around $200 i think...CS3 is probably around $100

Yeah, heres a link to CS# NEW Adobe Photoshop CS3 Full Version Extended. - eBay (item 250549618460 end time Dec-19-09 09:11:17 PST) (sorry if we arent allowed to post links)

anyway, i use cs3, and heres some of my works: JakeDillard - thats my portfolio
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18 Dec 2009   #5

Laptop - Win 7 64bit; PC - OpenSuse 11.1

I have found gimp for Win 7 64b and have installed it. It works just fine.

That's really nice stuff you have there. I am no where near that kind of artist. I just needed a program to alter some pictures when I create a brochure for my business.
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18 Dec 2009   #6

Windows 7

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