Digital Image Suite 2006 free trial for download now

I have a personal copy of Digital Image Suite 2006 and use almost daily.  It has a whole bunch of editing features for pics and the library-type functionality for quick viewing (including video), organizing and sorting.

Why am I telling you this random bit of information? I justnoticed 60-day downloadable full-feature trial has been made available, so if you’re looking for photo-editor with a load of filters you should at least try it out.  Full price is around $50.

 “System Requirements

  • Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000; Windows 98 Second Edition; Windows ME; Windows XP

Microsoft Digital Image Starter Edition 2006
• Multimedia PC with Pentium 700 MHz or higher processor
• 256 MB of RAM
• 300 MB of available hard-disk space
• Microsoft® Internet Explorer 6.0 software required
• Super VGA monitor (800×600, 16-bit color or better)
• 1 MB of Video RAM
• Microsoft mouse or compatible pointing device
• Video support requires Windows Media Player 10.0″

Comments (5)

  1. SharonK says:

    Thanks so much for posting the link: I’m a Dipper (Digital Image Pro fan). I just bought a new laptop and have pages to make this weekend, but couldn’t find my installation disk for DIP Suite 10. So this link was a great save.

    DIP is absolutely the easiest for creating digital scrapbook pages.

    Thanks again.



  2. Cheryl says:

    I have a question for you. I have the Dig. Image Suite 10 and I had a problem with a conflict with the "Go Back" on my computer from Norton. When we searched out the trouble, there was documentation that this program and Norton 2005 had a conflict. Do you know if that would still be the case with this new version? I too LOVE this product and hated to have to remove my "Go Back" in order to use the program.


  3. kenya sims says:

    i would love try this

  4. don says:

    I just got my Digital Image Suite 2006, now I need some basic (think 10 year old) step by step instruction on making a couple of pages. Once I’ve done a couple I think I could do some on my own.

    I currently do all my scrapbooking in albums.

  5. MSDNArchive says:

    Hey Don – what do you mean by ‘making a couple of pages’?