Q&A Microsoft Digital Image Pro 7.0 - how safe is it ? (I know I know it is very old not the one who uses it)

ng4ever

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It was just a challenge finding a official/legitimate copy again lol of Microsoft Digital Image Pro 7.0

My Mom uses it on her PC and when I redid it the old image of it already installed on it would not work by just copying and pasting the Microsoft Digital Image Pro 7.0 directory back. :( Took a while to find it again but thankfully I did.

Guessing it is not very safe anymore. Sense it is a older version of the program.


I will try to get my Mom to use a image viewer/editor that is up to date/free (if possible), and similar (if possible as well).

Any suggestions ?
 

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How does your mother use this software?
Unless it's multifunctional, I think there is a free version that can be used as a substitute. However, it takes some time to get used to switching from the software that you have been using for a long time.
 
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Read this

Photoscape is really good for your mom and its easy..
 

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Photoscape is worth a try. Available from the Microsoft Store. In addition to Photoscape X, there are Photoscape 3.7 with different usability and UI, but they are easy to handle in common.
photoscapeX
photoscape3.7

You need to register an account, but Ashampoo is also recommended. However, it has a slightly heavy impression.
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