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This powerful image editor earns kudos for its impressive feature set. Before it launches, FxFoto offers to scan your PC for images and gives you the option to view a detailed tutorial. When we first saw the cluttered interface, we were wary, but we figured out how to perform all the actions in no time. FxFoto has just about every image-editing tool most folks will need. You can automatically or manually improve shots, remove red-eye and blemishes, apply a number of effects, add frames and borders, correct colors, and alter white balance. FxFoto supplies a standard set of drawing tools and lets you add captions to any of your shots. The handy zoom tool provides a great deal of control over magnification. Once you’ve tweaked pictures to your liking, you can create a slide show with transitions, though you can’t add your own music or narration unless you upgrade to the pay version. You also can design a photo collage and share it via e-mail, burn it to CD, or upload it to one of several sharing sites. Best of all, FxFoto is totally free, making it a fine pick for almost anyone.


Founded in 1997 and located in Windham, New Hampshire, Triscape develops and markets advanced graphics software. Triscape’s founders have headed three other successful technology firms, with experience in scientific software, telecommunications and retail computers. Triscape has developed expertise in high performance animated graphics and also client-server Web applications. Triscape technology includes “Flat World” virtual reality which allows users to explore high resolution graphics landscapes without the image quality issues often associated with 3D rendering. Triscape has been an innovator in bringing geographic browsing to the Internet. Triscape Maps is a pioneering combination of web browsing, site maps, road maps, and virtual reality, Triscape Maps uses advanced 2D image processing, rather than 3D rendering, in order to provide the highly detailed images.

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