Adobe kills Photoshop Starter edition

Adobe launched Photoshop Album Starter Edition in 2003 as a free, bare-bones image cataloging and editing package. And discontinued the line and support for it ended June 30. So what's the alternative? "As part of our commitment to providing customers with a free photo-editing solution, we’ve created Photoshop.com, an exciting new online service that lets you upload, […]

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Adobe launched Photoshop Album Starter Edition in 2003 as a free, bare-bones image cataloging and editing package. And discontinued the line and support for it ended June 30. So what's the alternative? "As part of our commitment to providing customers with a free photo-editing solution, we’ve created Photoshop.com, an exciting new online service that lets you upload, organize, edit, store (up to 2GB free), and share your photos," the note said. Afterward’s a list of steps for exporting photos from the software to the Web site. The move reflects the growing importance of Web-based applications even for software powerhouses such as Adobe.

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