Have you ever looked at edited pictures posted on the internet and wondered, “How did they do that”?, or thinking,”Hey, I want to be able to do that!” Well you could turn to a program such as Photoshop to similarly edit your own images. But you basically have to be a master (with a wheelbarrow full of money) to create some of those images. On the other hand, you could take a look into this really easy-to-use photo editing program called Magix FunPix Maker. The best part is that it is completely FREE!
Upon initial installation, you’re asked to register. You will need to do this, in order to get the full FREE version of the program. Simply fill out the form with your email address for verification. Once the email comes through, you will need to place the code you receive in the box provided. It also sends you a coupon to redeem on their website.
Once registered, you can go ahead and start using Magix FunPix Maker. When it first launches, it gives you a picture of a small dog. I would recommend messing around with this picture to get the feel of the program. When I first started, I was a bit confused because the buttons are not labeled, and I was unaware of the effects of each one. However, by clicking on the Help menu, I was able to get a detailed list of each button and its functionality. You can also check its function by simply placing your mouse over the button.
The tools of this program are pretty basic, but have endless possibilities. I was able to use it with ease and make a friendly picture of my dog below.
All together, I had a lot of fun messing around with this program. It has to be one of the most fun, easiest to use, free software programs that I have had a chance to test. So what are you waiting for? Surprise your friends and family with your creative inventions now. Click here to get your free download and get ready for hours and hours of fun!
Bonus download: On Tuesday, Mozilla released the final version of Firefox 4, and early indications are that it’s going to be very popular. According to Stat Counter, “…it has taken 1.95% of the worldwide Internet browser market…” as opposed to Internet Explorer 9, released over a week ago, which obtained only 0.87% of the worldwide market. In February, we reviewed Beta version 10 of Firefox 4 and, after putting this final version through it’s paces, we noticed few changes. You can read that review here.
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