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I got PhotoImpact 10 a good number of years ago. I could not do a lot with it but I really loved doing what I could do with it. I mostly made snowglobes with it but also edited photgraphs some. Recently I got a new computer with Windows 10 and when I tried re-installing PI, it would not do any of the things I needed like centering objects and text etc. So I wonder what people are using now as there is no PhotoImpact? I have tried downloading a number of trial programs from Corel but found they didn't do what I needed. Help. I so appreciate any suggestions.
I also use PhotoShop Elements 11, PhotoShop, and I have Gimp, PSP, Inkscape, and DrawPlus. I prefer PI and that is what I use almost always, until I get a wild hair and work in another program just so I know HOW to if PI ever breaks.
PSE is a nice graphics program and has some nice features, but there are things I have learned how to do in PS that can't be done in PSE and when I try it I get frustrated. LOL But, it still is a nice program. I haven't used Gimp in quite awhile, but, it, too, is a nice program.... and FREE!
And what ever program you decide to get and use, you are welcome to come here and play! :)
Thanks so much to both of you for your suggestions! I am thrilled to bits that I was able to find a program which could make PI 10 run on Windows 10. All I did was Google how to install PhotoImpact 10 on Windows 10 and found a piece of software which along with the instructions I found on the first page made it possible so I now can use my PI 10 again. It was confusing to do :( but somehow I muddled through it. It cost $49 dollars but that was okay as I love my PI 10 and hate change. I am just so excited.
I will definitely be back!!! Thanks again so much.