Download Adobe Photoshop CS6 Free Beta

Adobe Photoshop is one of the best and most popular image editing software available for Windows and Mac. It allows you to modify and enhance your photographs like professionals. You can create awesome images using this great tool.

Windows theme creators like me use Adobe Photoshop to create image resources to put in themes and skins.

Adobe Photoshop is not a freeware and you need to purchase it but now you can test it for free. The latest beta of Adobe Photoshop version CS6 is available absolutely free to download.

This free beta version is available for Windows and Mac. The final version is expected to release in first half of 2012.

What's New?

According to Adobe, Photoshop CS6 comes with huge performance enhancements, imaging magic and creativity tools that offer users a new experience in digital imaging.

Some of the key features include new additions to the Content-Aware tools. Content-Aware Patch allows greater control by letting users select and duplicate an area of an image to fill in or "patch" another and Content-Aware Move lets users select and magically move an object to a new place in the image.

In addition, the Photoshop CS6 beta offers all the features of Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended, such as new 3D editing features and quantitative imaging analysis capabilities.

System Requirements:

  • Processor: Intel P4 or AMD Athlon 64
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • Hard Disk Space: 1 GB for Windows, 2 GB for Mac
  • OpenGL 2.0 capable system
  • Screen Resolution: 1024x768 (1280x800 recommended) with 16-bit color and 256MB of VRAM
  • OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows 7 SP1, Mac OS X v10.0.8 or v 10.7

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This free download of Adobe Photoshop is available in English and Japanese languages.

Please note that the setup does NOT require any product key or serial number to enter. Simply select "Try. I want to try Adobe Photoshop CS6 for a limited time" option in the Welcome Screen when you start the installation process. But your Adobe ID login and online activation are required either at installation or within seven days after your first launch of the Photoshop CS6 beta. You can register for a free Adobe ID without any problem using the wizard.

You can download the free beta of Adobe Photoshop CS6 using following link:

http://www.adobe.com/go/photoshopcs6





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Comments

  • @ VG : What period of time are we able to use it for ? Thanks in advance ! Cheers mate !

  • VG

    ^^ I looked at Adobe website and according to Adobe, the beta will expire soon after the launch of Photoshop CS6 in spring 2012.

  • From the Adobe labs Photoshop CS6 site:

    Important Notes About Photoshop CS6 Beta:

    • Photoshop CS6 beta includes all the features in Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CS6 Extended. Take this opportunity to try out the 3D image editing and quantitative image analysis capabilities of Photoshop Extended*, but note that—while these features will be included in the shipping version of Photoshop CS6 Extended—they will not be included in the shipping version of Photoshop CS6.

    • Adobe ID login and online activation are required either at installation or within seven days after your first launch of the Photoshop CS6 beta. The same requirements will be in place for the shipping version of Photoshop CS6 when it is released. Your Adobe ID provides multiple benefits, including an easy way to access your serial numbers, the Adobe.com community, and the upcoming Adobe Creative Cloud™ membership.

    • Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CS6 Extended will be part of the Adobe Creative Suite®, and Photoshop CS6 Extended will be part of Adobe Creative Cloud membership. Both Photoshop editions will also be available separately.

  • Are the save/open dialog boxes in Photoshop CS6 still using the old Windows XP style one or the new Vista style dialog boxes?

  • rather i prefer to use illegal Paid version of CS4 :)

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