PC users often upgrade their hardware to get the most out of new games. Many Mac users, on the other hand, view Photoshop as the litmus test for hardware performance. While technically an image editor, this program contains an endless selection of drawing tools, filters, color adjustment capabilities, and other tools designed to manipulate images in almost any way. Photoshop incorporates raster and vector drawing tools, allowing you to work with bitmap images and scalable graphics at the same time.
Though it's an excellent software tool, the trial version demands a lot of time to download, a lot of hard drive space, and a lot of RAM for rendering and other heavy tasks. In addition, the trial version is save-, print-, and export-disabled, which limits your ability to assess this expensive product. Photoshop also has a high learning curve, so great results take time and training.
If you use images to communicate or gather and analyze information, then download the new Adobe Photoshop software and experience the power first-hand. Whether you re simply retouching or optimizing an image or building complex composites or animations, you'll have the power and precision you need for superior results.
What's new in this version:
- A number of issues that could cause slow performance have been addressed.
- Pen barrel rotation with Wacom tablets now works correctly.
- Photoshop now correctly recognizes 3D textures edited by a plug-in.
- The quality of the results of Auto-Blend Layers (Stack Images) has been improved.
- A problem that could result in a crash when pasting formatted text has been fixed.
- A crash that could result from a corrupt font no longer occurs.