Adobe Photoshop Elements
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 in Quick Mode on Windows 8
2020 / October 4, 2019
|Operating system||Windows, macOS|
|Type||Raster graphics editor|
Adobe Photoshop Elements is a raster graphics editor for entry-level photographers, image editors and hobbyists. It contains most of the features of the professional version but with fewer and simpler options. The program allows users to create, edit, organize and share images. It is a successor of Adobe Photoshop LE (Limited Edition).
Originally introduced alongside Adobe Photoshop version 6, Photoshop Elements targets photography enthusiasts and thus lacks many features that make it useful in a proper print production environment. For example, Photoshop Elements cannot export files in the CMYK color mode, supports a simplified color management system, and excludes detailed soft-proofing. It also includes a limited set of Photoshop plugins, and instead has a number of features aimed at non-experts (such as removing the red-eye effect or changing the skin tone in a picture). An example of a redesigned feature would be the Variations correction dialog. Some versions can, however, open, edit, and save PDFs.[which?] The program does not allow keyboard shortcuts to be added through the Mac System Preferences, as can be done with virtually all other programs for Mac.
Photoshop Elements 9.03 for Mac is the most recent update Adobe has issued.[when?] Despite accusations that this version is unreliable and regularly crashes, no further updates have followed.
Version 13 no longer supports the Windows XP platform. While Adobe no longer sells earlier XP-compatible versions on its site, users can still register and use retail packaged editions of earlier versions that may still be available in retail outlets.
for Mac OS
|Photoshop 4 LE||1996||1996||?|
|Photoshop 5 LE||1999||1999||5.5 (February 1999)|
|1||April 2001||April 2001||6.0 (September 2000)|
|2||August 2002||2002||7.0 (March 2002)|
|3||October 2004||2004||CS (October 2003)|
|4||October 2005||2006||CS2 (April 2005)|
|6||October 2007||2008||CS3 (April 2007)|
|7||October 2008||?||CS4 (September 23, 2008)|
|9||September 2010||CS5 (April 30, 2010)|
|11||September 2012||CS6 (May 7, 2012)|
|12||September 2013||CC 14.0 (June 18, 2013)|
|13||September 2014||CC 2014 (15.0) (June 18, 2014)|
|14||September 2015||CC 2015 (June 15, 2015)|
|15||October 2016||CC 2017 (November 2, 2016)|
|2018||October 2017||CC 2018(October 18, 2017)|
|2019||October 2018||CC 2019 (October 15, 2018)|
|2020||October 2019||2020 (November 4, 2019)|
Note: Adobe Photoshop Elements on Mac OS X is available in English, French, German and Japanese languages.
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