Adobe Photoshop has been around since Photoshop first hit the market way back in 1990 and it still remains one of the most popular editing software for computer users. After so many wait-weeks, Adobe is finally bringing its powerful graphic editing software back to the market. In October, Adobe released a big update to its popular Photoshop CS6, upgrading the software with a host of new goodies. The new features stretch a wide range of different apps, from Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Elements tutorials and tools to Adobe Photoshop, the most popular photo editing software on Mac OS X. We've tried a few new tools here. One of the best things that Adobe Photoshop has introduced recently is the option to edit PSD files directly in Adobe Photoshop.
Previously, if you wanted to open multiple PSD files in Photoshop, you had to either go into the main palette, select "Window" and select "Edit", or right-click on an existing file and select "Open". The 7.0.1 update fixes this big problem by opening multiple documents in one application. You can simply double-click on one document and choose "Open in Photoshop". Adobe Photoshop also now offers the ability to edit PSD files directly from the built-in Photoshop Editing tools. By clicking the tool icon in the main toolbar, you can open several new options in Adobe Photoshop.
There are a host of improvements across the board when it comes to Adobe Photoshop. The new feature to take advantage of in the adobe.0.1 update is the option to edit PSD files directly in Adobe Photoshop. Previously, if you wanted to open multiple PSD files in Adobe Photoshop, you would have to either go into the main palette, select "Window" and select" Edit", or right-click on an existing file and select "Open in Photoshop". The 7.0.1 update solves this major problem by opening multiple documents in one application. Adobe Photoshop now offers this feature for users free of charge.