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iCorrect OneClick pse Plug-in for Photoshop Elements Now Available

by on Nov.13, 2012, under Color Correction, iCorrect OneClick, Photoshop Elements, Photoshop plug-ins, Windows 8

iCorrect OneClick pse Plug-in for Photoshop Elements

iCorrect OneClick pse Plug-in is a new specially priced 32 bit version of PictoColor’s popular iCorrect OneClick plug-in for Photoshop Elements. It is available at an introductory price of $19.95 (regular price: $24.95).

See for yourself how iCorrect OneClick takes the guess work out of color correction. You are just a click away from perfect color.

iCorrect OneClick pse plug-in for Elements is compatible with Elements version 8-11 and is available for both Win and Mac computers.  I checked it out with the new pse 11 running under the new Windows 8 and it works great.

If you already have iCorrect OneClick send the link to this post to a friend.

Wayne www.pictocolor.com

 

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Windows 8–PictoColor Software and Microsoft’s New OS

by on Nov.01, 2012, under Color Correction, iCorrect EditLab Pro, iCorrect EditLab ProApp, iCorrect OneClick, iCorrect Portrait, Photoshop Color Correction, Windows 8

I installed Windows 8 on my laptop yesterday, an upgrade from Win 7. The process went smoothly with no significant problems. I will write more about the process in an upcoming post. The main reason I upgraded was to make sure all of the Windows versions of PictoColor Software ran without a problem. The short answer is they do.

Microsoft Windows 8 Logo-All PictoColor Software are compatible

I first checked out the standalone apps, CorrectPhoto Editor and iCorrect EditLab ProApp 6.0, and they launched and functioned as expected. Next, using Photoshop CS5 (32 & 64 bit) I tested iCorrect OneClick 2.0 (only available at Amazon.com), iCorrect Portrait 2.0, and iCorrect EditLab Pro 6.0 plug-ins and they all worked as well.

Make sure you run the Windows 8-Upgrade Assistant application to check for any issues you may have before beginning the Win 8 installation. It is a good time to uninstall any applications that are not compatible or that you aren’t using anymore. Might as well do a little cleanup. The Win 8 installation process will preserve all of the compatible apps and files and move them to the new OS so you will be ready to go when the installation is complete. So far so good.

Wayne www.pictocolor.com

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