Adobe is getting ready to release a new Photoshop version.
We are talking about the Adobe Photoshop CS6 version, which is currently in Beta.
To get us used with the future Photoshop, the popular photo editing application can be downloaded for free from the official website and the beta version will be available until the final and commercial Photoshop CS6 version is released.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 requires relatively small system resources. In a time dominated by quad core processors, CS6 only requires a dual core processor capable of working at a 2 GHZ frequency. The minimum RAM memory required by CS6 is only 1 GB but to be able to use Adobe Photoshop CS6 under optimum conditions we need to have at least 4 GB of RAM memory.
The new things Photoshop CS6 brings are visible right from the start, the major difference being the interface.
Working with Lawyers is now easier, and automated editing features have also been improved.
For example, the Content Aware feature, which automatically removes the watermark of a photo.
Photoshop CS6 also provides video editing tools, however these tools cannot be compared with the tools offered by professional video editing apps.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 is currently in Beta and the final & commercial version will be released by the end of June, 2012.