Fortunately, you can take advantage of a trial period to avoid spending even a penny on it. Below are instructions for downloading an absolutely free version of Adobe Photoshop for your Windows or Mac computer. You get access to all the same features and tools as with the one you can purchase, with the only difference being that it will become unusable after seven days.
We also keep a list of free downloadable photo editors that you can use in place of Photoshop, like the popular GIMP. How to Get a Free Trial of Photoshop Though the whole installation process takes a little while to complete, nearly all of it is automated, which means you have to click through just a few screens to install Photoshop.
Learn how to check the remaining free space of a hard drive in Windows if you need help. Be sure to use the trial when you'll be most apt to try out all the features.
After having the Photoshop free trial for seven days, you cannot install the trial again, regardless of whether or not you actually used it every day during the trial period. Select the trial you want. To get just Photoshop for free, use the button in that section. Or, you can grab some other Adobe programs during the same trial period, like Lightroom, InDesign, Illustrator, etc.
Enter your email address to log in or create a new Adobe account. A user account is required in order to get the free Photoshop trial. Choose a payment method: You aren't paying for Photoshop on this screen. However, as you'll learn at the bottom of this page, you'll have to cancel your trial before the seven days are up unless you want to pay for Photoshop. Select Start free trial at the bottom of the page. If you're a new user, you'll see this screen where you need to enter a password for your account.
Select Set your password and follow the directions on Adobe's site to make your new Adobe account. If you don't see anything about that, download and install Creative Cloud manually from Adobe's website.
If the installer asks, sign in to your Adobe account and agree to any license terms if you see them. Wait while Adobe Photoshop installs. Your free version of Photoshop should open automatically after installation, but if it doesn't, use the Open button in Creative Cloud. How to Cancel the Photoshop Free Trial If you don't want to actually buy Photoshop, you'll want to make sure you cancel before the trial period is up.
Follow the steps below to end your free trial of Photoshop, or you can contact Adobe for help. Open your Adobe Account page and log in using the same information you used when getting the free Photoshop trial. Select Manage plan or View plan under the Photoshop section.
Select Cancel plan. Explain why you're cancelling your Photoshop trial, and then select Continue to complete any other remaining prompts. More Photoshop Freebies Plenty of free resources are available to use with this image editor. Whether you have the Photoshop free trial or the full version of the software, be sure to check out all the free add-ons you can get along with it.
At tons of free stock photo websites , you can find free images to edit in Photoshop. Also available for free are tools necessary to do the editing, like Photoshop actions that can speed up your editing steps, and filters and plugins to add more functionality to the program. Continue Reading.
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