Subject: Re: Starter Edition
When you say that the program will "de-feature to minimal functionality," do
you know exactly what functions will be left? Will I be able to continue to
use the red-eye-reduction feature?
> BK wrote:
>> We just got a new computer system with Windows XP Media
>> Edition. I just ran across the Digital Imaging Starter
>> Edition and have taken a cursory glance at what it does. I only edit
>> personal pictures to get rid of red eyes and
>> to brighten up dark pictures. I am by no means a
>> professional. Will this Starter Edition expire, or will I be able to
>> use it indefinitely? I don't need to upgrade to more
>> advanced photo editing tools, but I'd like to know that
>> I'll be able to get rid of red eyes on all my home photos
>> for the foreseeable future. Any information on this Microsoft Digital
>> Imaging Starter
>> Edition 2006?
> Microsoft Digital Image Starter Edition 2006
> is a downloadable 60 day trial version with
> much of the functionality of MS Digital Image
> Suite 2006.
> Once your 60 day trial period has ended, the
> program will de-feature to minimal functionality.
> Unlike the retail version...the trial does not
> have the ability to create VCDs and does
> not support RAW files.
> Microsoft Digital Image
> Starter Edition 2006
> Be aware that it's a 109 MB download....
> Also...maybe one or all of the following freebies would be useful to you:
> FastStone Image Viewer
> Download IrfanView
> (get the plug-ins too)
> John Inzer
> MS Picture It! MVP
> Digital Image
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