Paint.NET released the final version of Paint.NET 3.5 today and is now available for download from the official site.
Paint.NET 3.5 has gone through four beta updates before the final version came out. The latest version now supports Aero and has been enhanced for Windows Vista and 7.
There are not many free image editors that give you the features and useful tools of Adobe Photoshop, Corel Paint Shop Pro and The GIMP, and run as light as feathers without hogging system resources.
Based on Microsoft .NET Framework, Paint.NET is a free digital photo editor for Windows that offers very useful and powerful tools for easy and quick photo editing. It comes with support for layers, unlimited undo, special effects etc.
I’ve always been a fan of online image editors as they don’t require any hassle of installation. Remember my collection of 15 online image editors? But that doesn’t mean I don’t like desktop apps.
I always welcome light, small and free image manipulating tools for my PC because it’s quite irritating to open Photoshop for every small change I have to make. Earlier we wrote about Photoscape, but here’s another light, free app I have found.
Yesterday, I reviewed a new free online image editor called Pixlr, and there I mentioned about the number of cool free online image editing tools which have popped up in the past few months.
I thought of compiling a list of all the image editors available and post them all in one post. Below you can see a list of online image editing tools and apps available.
Just when we were in the middle of all the Chrome hype and excitement, Google released an update to its popular photo editing and sharing, Picasa 3.
They have released an early beta version of Picasa for everyone to try it and get feedback before they release the final version.