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w0x0f
07-09-2006, 11:42 PM
I need suggestions for a freeware graphics program that can be unzipped into its own folder and operated from there.

Why? Well I'm stuck at work on a Windows XP computer that I don't have administration privileges for, so I can't install anything. I need to do a quick graphic, but all I have to work with is MSPaint and it's not my favourite program.

Can anyone help?

benslayton
07-10-2006, 02:56 AM
well you could try these...

http://www.imageeditor.net/
http://pxn8.com/index.pl
and I think DD has some kind of basic thing like paint, but I cant find it.

djr33
07-10-2006, 06:45 AM
You could also install to another system and attempt to move the files over.

Depending on the complexity of the program, it could just be as simple as copying the program files folder over.
However, some programs install more to the system (the more complex the program, the more complex the install, usually), and some will be very hard to move... near impossible, and some may actually be impossible.

GIMP is free, but wouuld need to be installed... it IS free, though, so they'd have no reason to try to protect it from being moved, so might be worth a try.