Edit PSD files without photoshop, alternative solution

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Hey warriors,

I need to edit PSD files,
but no have photoshop installed,
is there any alternative free option?
or any online / cloud based editor can do this without installing?
Any quick response will be highly appreciated,
regards
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    I just googled your question and you would not believe the free info available to you

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  • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
    Originally Posted by mixmedia View Post

    Hey warriors,

    I need to edit PSD files,
    but no have photoshop installed,
    is there any alternative free option?
    or any online / cloud based editor can do this without installing?
    Any quick response will be highly appreciated,
    regards
    They want to do everything for free.

    My last WSO (maybe 5-6 years ago?) I sold a little 5 buck report which told one how to do everything for free.

    These are:

    GIMP, can do what you want.
    DROPBOX, can host and be used for Collaboration.
    OPEN OFFICE, can create reports in PDF files.
    If you have pics in jpg, png, etc. try PIXLR
    SEAMONKEY composer, edit html
    AUDACITY for audio editing
    STATCOUNTER for simple reports on traffic.
    ZAMZAR for file conversion.

    Now, of course, there are better things if you pay and learn how to use them, although, even then you will find long lists of people's preferences.

    I like to suggest FREE, to see how committed you are to learning and discovering all the elements of different IM tools and methods.

    I don't have a free or PAID thing for Copywriting...when one gets invented, let me know.

    But try GIMP, the short and sweet of your need. Then, see how many of your PSD files need to stay that way, consider converting as many as you can to jpg, if you can.

    GordonJ

    PS. As you see when you do GOOGLE info, there are literraly hundreds of answers, I've used GIMP, does the basic stuff, and worth every penny.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Brindamour
    Mixmedia,

    Do you try google? Here's one: https://www.photopea.com/

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I use Gimp. And partially (very partially)... MS paint and MS picture manager.
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  • Profile picture of the author mixmedia
    Many thanks to all of you guys..
    very much appreciate your efforts indeed helpful as usual,
    For a newbie starter, free stuff is a key to push forward at the beginning!
    Thanks again helpful warriors!
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  • Profile picture of the author daniel27lt
    I was asking this question like you, like 15 years ago. Back then there weren't as many answers as there are these days. As like someone mentioned above, just Google it, because you will be overwhelmed by all the results.

    My personal recommendations are the following:

    Gimp
    Adobe Cloud

    I wouldn't bother using anything else. They're not as powerful.
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