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My mother wants me to correct her photos (red eye, some other defects). But, actually, I don't know what tool I can use on Windows for digital photo editing. Preferably, free of course. I was going to try F-Spot for that, but found, that it's available only on Linux.

Can you suggest something cool for photo editing? I need to edit, NOT organize.

GIMP is too complex, Paint .NET seem not to be capable of extended correction functions.

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Picasa not good enough? – kartikmohta May 18 '10 at 4:54
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Picasa has a pretty good red-eye removal tool - it automatically detects red eyes in the photo and you just click "Apply". So you could ignore its organising capabilities and just use it as an editor.

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IrfanView Is another choice.

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I recommend FastStone Image Viewer.

FastStone Image Viewer is a fast, stable, user-friendly image browser, converter and editor. It has a nice array of features that include image viewing, management, comparison, red-eye removal, emailing, resizing, cropping and color adjustments.

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