Adobe Photoshop CS6 Free Public Beta Launched
Awaiting the newest release of Adobe Photoshop, CS6, Adobe has finally released a free public beta for the new software from their Web site. The download for Mac OS X comes in at a little under 1GB and the download for Windows is about 1.7GB.
Thus, you need to have patience and time to download it as download speeds are different everywhere.
One can expect massive user demand to be jamming the servers on Adobe’s side as well.
The free public beta release for Adobe Photoshop CS6 will give users a free seven-day trial, after which users will have to pay to gain access to the full software through their Adobe ID. Adobe Photoshop CS6 comes packed with Adobe’s Mercury Graphics Engine. This can use the graphics processing unit instead of the computer’s central processing unit to speed up processor-intensive functions to help with overall performance.
The Adobe Photoshop application has a new appearance. It has a darker look instead of the general light gray color we have become used to from Adobe in previous Adobe Photoshop generations. New application features include:
Originally Posted by Adobe
*Content-Aware Patch — Patch images with greater control using the newest member of the Content-Aware family of technologies. Choose the sample area you want to use to create your patch, and then watch Content-Aware Patch magically blend pixels for a stunning result.
*Blazingly fast performance and a modern UI — Experience unprecedented performance with the Mercury Graphics Engine, which gives you near-instant results when you edit with key tools such as Liquify, Puppet Warp, and Crop.* Plus, a refined, fresh, and elegant Photoshop interface features dark background options that make your images pop.
*New and re-engineered design tools — Create superior designs fast. Get consistent formatting with type styles, create and apply custom strokes and dashed lines to shapes, quickly search layers, and much more.
You should try new Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta if you like Photoshop.
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