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Sunday, September 4, 2011

Adobe PhotoDeluxe on Vista

I had no problems installing Adobe PhotoDeluxe Home Edition 3.0 on my Vista machine. In fact, it kept nagging me to install the themes - just like it does on Windows 98 machines - until I unchecked them all, loaded the CD, and "Installed" nothing.

I also haven't had any problems loading and modifying images in Adobe PhotoDeluxe. So far, it has crashed only one time and I do not recall the circumstances, though I did have several programs open at the same time.

PhotoDeluxe has many features programs like GIMP make overly complicated, such as Negative photos, and making entire pictures transparent. I also like the Text feature over any of the other image programs I use, including Paint.Net.

If you have a copy of this old program, it loads fine on Vista machines, and I've had no problems with it so far.

© C Harris Lynn, 2011

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