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Images editors cost ten pence nowadays. Anything that wants to attract attention from an apathetic audience must offer something unique. X-Gimp, or the GNU Image Manipulation Program (or GIMP), is the portable edition of GIMP. It is one of the best free image editors and has been described frequently as a great alternative to Photoshop.
It is versatile and can be used to draw, but also to create professional-quality digital photos. GIMP is free, but that does not mean you have to sacrifice features. GIMP offers many features, including layers, masks and channels as well as filters and special effects.
You don't have to pay a lot for powerful tools like the correction mode, which can correct barrel distortion or perspective issues. However they are available here for everyone to use. GIMP offers something for everyone, no matter if you're a professional or amateur photographer.
GIMP can now be installed as a single file. This means that there are no need to download special libraries beforehand. Although the interface is a bit confusing for many users, it's easy to get used to. It features floating panels instead of a single window.
This is X-Gimp, which is the portable GIMP version.
What is new at rev25?
Ghostscript 32/64 bit management added. - Creation of new profiles folders.
Gegl-0.4 and babl-1 are now managed in $ LocalAppData $
A powerful and endlessly extensible image editor, which can also be extended by the addition of plugins.