ACDSee Photo Studio imaging software

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Paul Lindström

Now and then you come across new imaging software that catches your attention. That was certainly the case for us when we saw that ACDSee was about to launch the 2020 version of the Photo Studio imaging suite. It has some really strong features we like.

ACDSee actually has by now quite a long history. It was first released in 1994 for Windows based PCs and the first Mac version was released in 2015. There are in all four Win/PC versions: ACDSee Photo Editor 10; ACDSee Home 2020; ACDSee Professional 2020 and ACDSee Ultimate 2020. The Mac version, ACDSee Photo Studio 6 is roughly equivalent to ACDSee Professional in terms of functions and features.

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