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  1. I am surprised they don’t maintain the same version in the Windows Store. Whenever I get a new device one of the first apps I install is the Kindle reader app. I have been really frustrated that the app I hav been downloading from the Windows store doesn’t support many of the features of the IOS, KIndle eReader, Kindle Tablet or Android versions. It does not have collections, table of contents, search for bookmarks etc. that I use a lot. So in spite of the fact that I prefer to use my Surface Pro most of the time when it comes to functions like these in other applications and even the web I end up using my iPad Pro (It’s still hard to beat a mouse for many precision functions).I originally came here to give a very negative review of the Windows store version. But this one is great and everything that the Windows Store one is not. Plus it has full mouse support so my searches, text marking and even moving from one chapter of a book to another from the table of contents is MUCH easier and more precise than touch with my big ham fingers.I realize that Amazon would prefer to sell books to those that own Kindles, but why support those features in the world on IOS and Android but leave the PC version from the store so crippled? Doesn’t make sense because I’m sure it is costing Amazon book sales.

  2. As a owner of two Fire TVs and two Kindle Fires, this app makes me feel absolutely disrespected as a customer. It’s obvious when Amazon doesn’t care about a user base because they release apps like this. It’s broken, it runs poorly, and it’s lacking in features. Compare this app to what you’ll find on iOS and there’s a huge disparity. The Kindle for PC app is flat out atrocious. That’s not a joke. It froze twice in a row just trying to load! I put the app in full screen mode, and guess what, there’s no way to take it out of full screen mode! With hundreds of millions of PC users, you’d think Amazon would care enough to create – BARE MINIMUM – a competent app. Considering this is Amazon we’re talking about, their e-reading software has no excuse for being this bad. Thankfully, the books I wanted to read were free so I didn’t lose any money on this deal. I just know in the future to buy my content (movies, music, video games, books) from a company that actually cares about me.

  3. I love and hate this product at the same time and it frustrates me to no end that I do. The software suite itself is perfect as far as features, functions, and usability. The fact you have to download the fonts from the Internet is somewhat of a pain in the rear but nothing that would be a deal breaker. For people who want to have their interface function like Adobe’s interface and Photoshop’s interface this can do that. The features are almost exactly like the features currently offered by Adobe“s suite. I LOVE the touch and stylus feature. Basically, anything you could want from a graphics suite, this product offers and delivers, and does it well. The problem is with the license. You had BETTER install it on the machine you want to use it on because you can only have it installed on one machine and God help you if you want to use it on another one. I wanted this on my desktop and on my laptop/tablet so I could do hardcore graphics work on my desk and sketch on the go. Yeah that’s a no go. After I installed it on my desktop I couldn’t install it on my laptop and forget about unauthorizing one computer to authorize the license on another to go back and forth between computers. To get the license moved from one computer to another it’s not just the click of a button. You have to contact customer service. To me that was indeed a deal breaker. At this price it should allow installation on at least two machines or, if not, at least allow you to unauthorize one computer so you can authorize another that’s in use with the simple click of a button. Had they done that this would have been a five star product. Because they didn’t, this was something I loved but ended up severely disappointed in.

  4. Corel sees its software products as a better, less expensive, alternative to applications offered by Microsoft and Adobe. I regularly use other Coral software including as WordPerfect Office. The software works fine, but you have to contend with a certain amount of inconsistency. I found the same to be true with PaintShop Pro.The PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate package is essentially the same as the less expensive PaintShop Pro package. The difference is that the PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate package adds in extra software. This includes Painter Essentials 4 (photo painting software,) Perfectly Clear 3 SE (intelligent image correction,) Corel AfterShot 3 (RAW photo editing,) Corel MultiCam Capture (video capture software,) and Corel Creative Collection (brushes, textures and backgrounds.) If you need and can use the features offered by the extra applications, than the Ultimate package may make sense. However, there is quite a bit of duplication between the add-in software in the Ultimate package, so the added value is questionable.The PaintShop Pro packages comes with a “Digital Download URL.” When it type the URL into my browser, I received the message:“We are sorry, the page you requested cannot be found. The URL may be misspelled or the page you’re looking for is no longer available.”Really, Corel? You put a bad URL address in the package and didn’t bother to offer a corrected download address!I went ahead and installed the software from the included DVDs. The DVD installation offers a choice of the 32-bit, 64-bit versions or the installations of both versions. Although it took up more hard drive space, I wanted the extra versatility offered by having both versions of the application. However, this left two similar icons on my desktop with a subtle 32 or 64 in the respective icons. That makes it very easy to accidentally select the wrong application perhaps at the cost of interoperability and performance.Sadly, there is no printed documentation included. However, the Corel PaintShop Pro User Guide is a PDF that you can view online or download. It covers most of the basic information you need to get started. However, as I have stated in previous reviews, sophisticated software like PaintShop Pro deserves to have a comprehensive printed manual included. For shame, Corel!After installation, I was notified that updates were available. There was a dialog box that said “New Update Available! Download the update today.” However, clicking the download link did nothing. So, instead, I launched the PaintShop Pro. I like to keep my applications up to date, so I tried to update the application from the application itself. Doing that put up the message, “You are offline. Some resources are unavailable.”Really, Corel? I was just on your web site, so I doubt that I am really off line.”I ignored the message and selected Check for Updates from the Help Menu. That informed me that, “No updates are available at this time.” See what I mean about Corel software applications being inconsistent?I use Adobe Lightroom extensively for cataloging, managing and the initial post-processing all of my images. PaintShop Pro also has a photo organizer, but it isn’t nearly as capable or as functional as Lightroom. The organizer comes up by default, but it is easy to dismiss it and reclaim the screen real estate that it takes up. I wanted to stay with Lightroom for cataloging and for most of my basic post-processing work. However, for images that need more processing than Lightroom can offer, I have the ability in Lightroom to transfer and edit the image in Photoshop. The question was: could Lightroom select and launch PaintShop Pro in addition to Photoshop for additional processing? Happily the answer was yes. In fact, Lightroom can either send the image to Photoshop or PaintShop Pro for processing. Although this is a feature from Lightroom, not PaintShop Pro, that still gives me the ability to pick and chose the post-processing application. Nice!Since I shot largely with RAW files, I tried the Corel AfterShot 3 application that was included in the Ultimate package. It seems to be, in a sense, an attempt to copy Lightroom but without Lightroom’s cataloging ability. However, cataloging in not its focus.AfterShot Pro 3 has its own workflow that is quite different from the workflow that is found in many other RAW processing applications. Instead, of importing images into a central catalog, AfterShot 3 keeps your images exactly where it finds them. This can be problematic if your images reside on a memory card as that’s where the application will try to work on them (slowly.) Instead, you will want to save your images where you want them before you open them in AfterShot 3.AfterShot 3 handles image collaboration in an easier fashion than LightRoom. Since the photos and their accompanying XMP (editing instructions) files are kept together in a known location, you can easily transfer your photos and their editing instructions across devices and share them with other users in a way that Lightroom does not offer. You never have to mess with an equivalent to Lightroom’s export function and its many selections.I did find that the RAW adjustments in AfterShot 3 are more aggressive than those in Lightroom and this isn’t a good thing. If you use the application, a light touch on the controls will serve you better.For post processing, despite some quirks. PaintShop Pro gets the job done. The add-ons in the Ultimate package may be of value to some if they want to pay the higher Ultimate price. As to whether PaintShop Pro can wean me from Photoshop, that is yet to be seen. However, since it represents a one time purchase and not an ongoing monthly expense, as with Photoshop, and still offers many of Photoshop’s capabilities, there is a pretty good chance that it will.

  5. I used to love reading books on my Surface Pro but since buying a new one and finding out there is no longer Windows app available, I’ve been forced to use the desktop application. Let me tell you straight up – the Kindle application for PC is an absolute joke. Where to start?The Interface (UI) – the interface is pathetic. You can make your page black but, unfortunately, the page only takes up about 25% of the available screen space and the rest of the screen stays the same colour. That means you can forget about reading in a dark room or before bed from this application. There is no way to make the „page“ – I put the word in inverted commas because it’s more like a tiny strip down the middle of the screen – do anything like fill the screen, even in „full screen“ mode, no matter which way you orient your device or what options you try. Even the way the UI looks is what you’d expect from the very lamest freeware, like something that was made 20 years ago and has hardly been updated since.Features – you don’t get any of the features they advertise, they seem to be reserved for users of other platforms. To be fair, the application is usable as a librarian/organiser for your books but not in any way useful as an actual reader. You’ll be lucky if you can manage half a page of text per screen. Then there is the complete lack of right-click functionality, which you’d expect could be really handy in an application like this. Honestly, though, I can’t think of the last time I encountered a software application with no right-click functionality at all. Even Notepad has a right-click menu. You get a limited one in the Library but nothing at all on the reading side.Overall – Amazon should be ashamed and embarrassed to offer something so clearly useless to their customers. When you compare it to the Windows 8 (Metro) app or any phone app, it simply doesn’t measure up. It’s so bad that it got me looking at the Kobo app, which is everything this application is not – the Kobo app feels modern and slick and looks like it will be a joy to use as an eReader. It’s also got a great built-in store that makes it dead simple to buy books. It’s so much better that, after thinking about it long and hard, I’ve decided that once I finish the books I have, I’m going to get myself a Kobo and sell my Kindle on eBay. I won’t put up with being treated like a second-class citizen and you shouldn’t, either.

  6. I’m really depressed about the poor reviews this has gotten on Amazon. I’m so glad I disregarded all of them and opted to buy this amazing piece of software, because it’s a steal. I feel like I’ve gotten a $200+ value for $50.First of all (maybe a little off topic, maybe not), apparently lots of people don’t seem to know how to access their software library, which is disappointing – for those who are somehow having trouble, it’s literally a few links down the list in your account details. I’ve seen similar Amazon reviews that border on slander when it comes to software that’s activated with a Steam key, and I honestly wish these people would just contact Amazon before leaving such a harsh review. This is literally the same exact scenario, and it bothers me a little because software activation that’s literally this simple is a godsend. I wouldn’t have paid shipping and waited for this to come in the mail, so it made half of my purchase decision.Just to reiterate, downloading and activating this took less than 5 minutes, even on my poor internet connection. I was pleased.With digital activation aside (which is, in my opinion, a literal godsend), this software (Paintshop Pro) rivals Photoshop to a tee. From what I can tell there are a couple of hangups and quirks, but this – by far – outweighs having to pay a monthly subscription to Adobe. Some of the filters, adjustments and layer meshes border on Gimp’s low quality, but there seems to be a host of workarounds (or better choices) that accommodate for these inadequacies. For one example, the pen tool seems to default to a host of quirky settings that seem to be unnecessary for the task altogether, but again, a few clicks and keystrokes is all it takes to remedy the situation.There are a handful of ‚DLC‘ nag screens that kind of grind my gears, however. Opening the brush menu for the first time will yield a long list of brush packs that you don’t already have, but can purchase for $10, or $20 a pop. Due to the low cost of this software, I can almost reconcile with Corel’s business strategy, but having these nag screens show up every now and again kind of turns my excitement factor down a couple of notches. I’d almost rather not even have the notion of downloadable content apparent to me after just paying full price for the software, but that’s my hangup.The bundled software Aftershot, on the other hand, is quite a perk for bulk image editing – although it’s loaded with even more nag windows that offer you a ‚pro‘ version. Painter Essentials, another bundled program, appears to be an extremely stripped-down version of something like OpenCanvas, and honestly seems a bit worthless. Then there’s the screen capture software Multi Cam Capture that appears to do its job relatively well. The only downside to the latter is that, if you happen to be doing audio editing videos or using ASIO, you’ll literally never be able to get the audio recorder out of its ‚takeover‘ mode.To summarize, Paintshop Pro 2018 is incredible, despite a few bumps along the way. The price is an absolute steal, and the bundled software (most notably Aftershot) is a pretty hefty bonus. I couldn’t be happier with my purchase, and I’m probably going to switch over 100% to Paintshop from Photoshop, and activation was the easiest thing in the world.

  7. So far from the use I have gotten, it has been quite a nifty program that has done exactly what I wanted. For the most part. If you are very serious about your photo editing and workflow, lightroom or photoshop essentials is the way you should probably go; but I recommend considering your specific scenario and options available.Outside of that, especially for my own use, it gets the job done. Paintshop pro is really the only program you need, aftershot is a nice way to drop a ton of photos into the program and apply quick fixes (exposure, black/white balance, contrast, etc…) , and painter essentials is just a filter program that lets you either paint over a picture freehand or have the program render images that look like things like pencil sketches, oil paintings, watercolors, etc… If it were possible to get more variety on what creative filters could be applied then I would say it is totally worth it to have if you are feeling creative and playful. Attached is a shot I took and ran it through painter essentials using the colored pencil filter.Slightly (extremely minor) annoyance is they use their platform to advertise upgrades to you.Overall, a great program, they were easy to learn and gives the image editing power needed for what I want to do.

  8. This program was incredibly difficult to use and did not interact well with my computer, drawing tablet, or any of my artistic tools. Complete let down. And I returned it within the return period window and I only got $49 back for this and Corel PaintShop Pro 2018, which is about $650 of software all-together. Had I known that would have been the amount returned to me, I would have kept it and sold it myself. Horrible experience!

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