ACD Systems has released ACDSee Photo Editor for Windows Vista, their second product to be certified for the new operating system. Two weeks ago, ACDSee 9 Photo Manager also came out with the â€œCertified for Windows Vistaâ€ logo.
ACDSee Photo Editor is an application that not only fixes common photo problems like poor exposure, red-eye, awkward framing, fuzziness, skin blemishes, lens flares, etc. but also offers tools for creating cards, albums and calendars from photos.
â€œWeâ€™re amazed by the albums, digital scrapbooks and layouts our customers are creating with Photo Editorâ€, said Mark Franklin, executive vice president of ACD Systems.
The full version of the Vista-certified ACDSee Photo Editor is available for $70. Owners of the previous version of ACDSee Photo Editor can get their free Vista Certified update via the ACDSee Support Center.