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Corel Paint Shop Pro X5 Ultimate

Paint Shop Pro X5 Ultimate

Many more years ago than I care to remember, I installed a Shareware product on my Windows 3.1 system - I told you it was many years ago. This product was the JASC developed Paint Shop Pro. Designed to convert images between different file formats and capture screen grabs, the software could easily fit on a floppy disk of the 360K variety. There was still room left over for other files of that period. I was reminded of this compact piece of coding when I opened the box containing the latest version of Paint Shop Pro.

Now up to version Paint Shop Pro X5 Ultimate, the box contained two optical disks.  Admittedly one of the disks held extra software that was the reason for the Ultimate part of the product’s title.  However the other the disk was required to store this 2013 version of photo editing and management software.  It just shows how much the product has grown over the year before and after it became part of the Corel family of software titles.