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  1. ACDSee Photo Editor 4.0 review

    ACDSee Photo Editor 4.0 review

    5  

    Despite its low price and small footprint, ACDSee Photo Editor 4.0 is neither the smallest nor the cheapest software. The 57MB download gives you a seven-day trial and if you register with ACDSee you get a CD key that extends the trial to 30 days. Should you decide to buy, the online price is £22 (inc. VAT) with an optional £4.99 for an extended download service.

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    ACDSee Pro review

    ACDSee Pro review

    8  

    Taking a step up from the normal world of taking photos, viewing and storing them on your computer and printing them out, professional photography demands a more 'workflow' oriented ethic.

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    ACDSee 7.0 review

    ACDSee 7.0 review

    8  

    ACDSee 7.0 is a PC-only cataloguing andimage-editing tool that's supplied in a bundled form with some digital cameras.You can use it as a folder browser with a standard directory tree

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    ACDSee Photo Editor review

    ACDSee Photo Editor review

    5  

    With the soaring popularity of digital cameras, image-editing software packages are now ten a penny, which is what many of them are worth. This one is great though...

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    ACDSee 10 Photo Manager review

    ACDSee 10 Photo Manager review

    9  

    Easy to install, ACDSee is nevertheless not the quickest off the mark, taking over four minutes to catalogue our set of 1,000 photos. This is easy to forgive, however, because the program’s database goes to great lengths to grab all the information about your pictures that it possibly can, which can come in handy, as we’ll see later.

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