Editing photo is not an easy task with microsoft paint, however you do easily proffesional photo editing by using Adobe Photoshop. Come with a hefty price.
Today we going to look into the Adobe Photoshop Alternative Free software GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program). It is free and lightweight and the most important is this software is as powerful as Adobe Photoshop that you paid.
You can download it for free at https://gimp.org. GIMP does support major operating system such as Microsoft Windows, Linux and OS X. Installer file with around ~200MB hard drive space is not an issue with major new personal computer.
The installer contains both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of GIMP, and will automatically use the appropriate one.
GIMP User Manual
These links download language-specific Windows installers for GIMP’s local help. By default, they will place the help files with your GIMP installation.
Note: GIMP uses online help by default. If you want to use this local help offline, you will need to change GIMP’s help settings.
- In GIMP, select [Edit] > [Preferences] > [Help System]
- For “User manual”, select “Use a locally installed copy”
- Under “Help Browser”, you can choose between your system’s web browser and GIMP’s help browser plugin (if available).
See the online help for more settings.
- Chinese Simplified (39 MB)
- Catalan (40 MB)
- Danish (39 MB)
- Dutch (39 MB)
- English (39 MB)
- English (United Kingdom) (39 MB)
- Finnish (39 MB)
- French (41 MB)
- German (41 MB)
- Greek (38 MB)
- Italian (43 MB)
- Japanese (39 MB)
- Korean (40 MB)
- Norwegian Nynorsk (35 MB)
- Portuguese Brazilian (40 MB)
- Romanian (39 MB)
- Russian (40 MB)
- Spanish (40 MB)
No restart needed after finish installing GIMP.
Give it a spin and let me know your opinion on Adobe Photoshop Alternative Free – GIMP, is it up to your standards? or is it under performed.
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