Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Elements 9
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Poor Macintosh Experience
James S., Newegg
1 June 2011
Summary: On a Macintosh, if you use multiple monitors and/or Spaces... expect to be frustrated to the point of baldness. The screen monopolizing interface looks slick, but is annoying to work with. Sometimes I *need* to be able to see background information.
Pros: Very powerful tools at a low price - 90% of full photoshop for 10% of the cost.
Cons: Non-standard, inconsistent, frustrating user interface.
Summary: Some times I think Adobe intentionally leave some annoying bugs in software just so customers will return next year for the new version. The company also seem to incrementally introduce some new features in every release, but leave them unpolished just to lure return customers to buy the next...
Pros: Good basic functionality for photoshop and premiere, probably best photo/video editing software for the price point on windows platform. However, keep in mind you are buying software with designed expiration dates due to bugs, etc not get fixed before next version is released. See my thoughts bel...
Cons: Abode will release a new version instead of fixing all the annoying bugs in the previous year's version, the company is not interested in producing quality software just a new release every year. This can be seen in the professional series, but at least Adobe maintain thoses for a few years, with...