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Microsoft Visio 2010 takes diagramming to a bold new level with dynamic, data driven visualization tools & templates, powerful process management features, and advanced sharing capabilities through the Web. Microsoft Visio 2010 is available in three editions: Standard, Professional and Premium. Check out the top features of Microsoft Visio 2010.
CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6 is a trusted and comprehensive solution for designing visual communications for any medium. Whether you are an experienced or an aspiring designer, its intuitive workflow and content-rich environment will help you to efficiently express your creativity. These top features of CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6 will help you decide if this is the creative app suite for you.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 software delivers blazingly fast performance with the new Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine, groundbreaking new Content-Aware tools, reengineered design tools, and more. Retouch with new Content-Aware features, and create superior designs as well as movies using new and reimagined tools and workflows.
With Adobe Photoshop CS6 new features, you can enhance your creativity and boost your productivity.
Whether or not your business transactions happen online, you need a reliable email and communications host. Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 can help you achieve better business outcomes while controlling the costs of deployment, administration and compliance. Exchange Server delivers a wide range of deployment options and advanced compliance capabilities. This article will highlight seven of the many great features of Exchange Server 2010.
With Creative Suite 6 (CS6), Adobe has made a few changes to their Creative Suite editions. The CS6 suite editions have been consolidated into four editions–Adobe CS6 Design Standard, Adobe CS6 Design & Web Premium, Adobe CS6 Production Premium, and Adobe CS6 Master Collection. Here you can find out more about the Adobe Creative Suite 6 new features and the suite editions.
When Adobe CS5 came out in 2010, Web Standard was dropped, leaving only Web Premium as an option. With CS6, Web Premium got the axe and now Design Premium carries the name Design & Web Premium. Past versions of Design Premium and Web Premium shared many of the same app sets–the only distinguishing apps were InDesign for Design Premium and Flash Builder for Web Premium–so the merger does make sense in most cases. However, the dirty little secret, though,
SoftwareMedia is here with our detailed list of CS5.5 features and upgrades to help you determine whether an upgrade to Adobe CS5.5 is right for you. We have compiled this list of new and improved features so that you may decide for yourself whether Adobe CS5 is good enough, if you’d like to pay for the half-life upgrade to CS5.5, or if you’d like to simply wait for the future Adobe CS6 release.