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  • Adobe is testing a new free-to-use web version of Photoshop

    Adobe is testing a new free-to-use web version of Photoshop

    According to this new reportAdobe is preparing to launch a web version of Photoshop, and most importantly, it's free to use. The company has already started the testing phase, and it should roll out to more users in the near future.

  • It's now possible to edit PDF files directly on Google Chrome with Adobe's new extension

    It's now possible to edit PDF files directly on Google Chrome with Adobe's new extension

    You may now perform basic edits on PDF files without leaving Google Chrome. Thanks to Adobe's new Acrobat PDF Reader Extension for Chrome, users can easily add comments, highlights or drawings to PDF files in the browser window using a dropdown pane.

  • Top 5 free software for your graphic design toolbox

    Top 5 free software for your graphic design toolbox

    We have a list of software you can try out, and we’ll talk about the difference between the raster and vector graphics editor.

  • Top 9 free software for video editors

    Top 9 free software for video editors

    In this article, we’ll list the top 8 free video editing programs worth considering to help you get started in your video creation journey.

  • Internet Archive now houses over 1000 Flash-based content

    Internet Archive now houses over 1000 Flash-based content

    A few weeks ago, Microsoft announced that it will stop supporting Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10. What the optional update will do is remove Adobe Flash Player from Windows PCs and block it from being reinstalled. This means that the vast majority of users won't be able to access Flash content anymore, but some people have decided to collect all of the Flash content out there.

  • New Windows 10 update officially removes flash support

    New Windows 10 update officially removes flash support

    Based on a statement by bleepingcomputer.com, it seems that Microsoft has recently released a new optional update for the Windows 10 which removes Adobe Flash Player and it will not be allowed to be reinstalled on the same machine. However, if a standalone version of the Flash Player was installed onto the computer, the update will not remove it.

  • Adobe MAX conference unveils new innovations to Adobe apps and services, creative sessions abound

    Adobe MAX conference unveils new innovations to Adobe apps and services, creative sessions abound

    For those who work on creative content, you may already know about this. But in case you don't, the Adobe MAX Creativity Conference has gone live today and will be broadcasting till 23 October 2020. Adobe will be revealing some new innovations to its apps and services, plus there will be content creators taking the virtual stage to give their tips and tricks.

  • Adobe Photoshop can now identify photoshopped images with a new attribution tool

    Adobe Photoshop can now identify photoshopped images with a new attribution tool

    Photoshopped images are often stunning (if you're skillful) as they're are images that got improved after all. However, some can also be unrealistic and it might lead you to wanting to find out how does the original image look like. Now, Adobe has announced something called Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) that allows users to find out about the original image and even how was the processed image edited!

  • Adobe Creative Cloud apps get a lot of new updates and features

    Adobe Creative Cloud apps get a lot of new updates and features

    While we recently tried out the AI-powered Adobe Photoshop CameraAdobe also came out with a lot of new updates and features for their Creative Cloud apps. This includes Adobe Live which lets you Share Edits in Adobe Lightroom (it also has new Local Hue controls) and livestream how you paint or draw in Adobe Fresco. In line with all this automatic sharing, Behance has new search tools while the job boards are free for use.

  • Is the MSI P75 Creator great for aspiring content creators?

    Is the MSI P75 Creator great for aspiring content creators?

    As online content these days such as videos, 3D models, and special effects become more and more sophisticated, so are the equipment needed to produce these masterpieces. As a content creator, I would want to make sure that the laptop you are using is up to the task of creating complicated content without crashing.

    Thankfully, MSI released a laptop called the P75 Creator, which as the name suggests, is focused more towards aspiring content creators such as myself, who are keen on creating content to amaze the masses. In terms of the price of the laptop, it can be bought from MSI’s official website from the price of RM7499 and it comes complete with a two-year warranty to boot. Let's take a closer look at our variant, which is the MSI P75 Creator 9SD.