Download Of Easy Photo Editor :

The application Easy Photo Editor runs on a Windows' component (CLR or Common Language Runtime) that has three (useable) generations (CLR 1.0.5, CLR 2.0, and CLR 4.0) and that, depending on the version of Windows we are talking about, either is an optional installation, cannot be installed on the system, or comes already installed on the system.

Owing to this, I have created one version of the application Easy Photo Editor targeting each one of the mentioned versions of the CLR.

Choosing which one of these versions of the application Easy Photo Editor should be downloaded to be run on your computer is a bit tricky, because your system can have one of the mentioned CLRs installed, more than one, or none at all. Thus, I am making available a ZIP archive with all the LITE versions of the application Easy Photo Editor on it, which also includes a launcher application that, depending on your system configuration, chooses (and, then, lauches) the version of the application Easy Photo Editor that is the best one to be run on your current system configuration.

Taking this into account, if you are only interested on the LITE versions of the application Easy Photo Editor, then your best route is downloading its multiple-LITE version ZIP archive from here. In any other case, you should visit the downloads page by clicking here.

Installation Of Easy Photo Editor :

The application Easy Photo Editor does not need any installation at all - it is a portable one.

Owing to this, to make the application Easy Photo Editor ready to be run on your system, you just have to unzip its archive into a folder (in which you have write privileges at the time it is unzipped; and execute privileges at the time it is run) and run it.

If you are using the multi-LITE version of the application Easy Photo Editor, then the name of the file you want to run is launcher_for_easy-photo-editor.exe, but in systems that hide the extension of files it will appear as launcher_for_easy-photo-editor, without the final .exe suffix (in this latter case, the companion file launcher_for_easy-photo-editor.exe.config will appear as launcher_for_easy-photo-editor.exe, which is confusing, so, please, be alert, as naming this companion file in this way is mandatory by the Windows' CLR component).

If you are using one of the single-LITE versions of the application Easy Photo Editor, then the name of the file you want to run is easy-photo-editor-lite-for-clr_YYY.exe (where the YYY is substituted by the version of the CLR that is being targeted: either 1, 2, or 4), but in systems that hide the extension of files it will appear as easy-photo-editor-lite-for-clr_YYY, without the final .exe suffix (in this latter case, the companion file easy-photo-editor-lite-for-clr_YYY.exe.config will appear as easy-photo-editor-lite-for-clr_YYY.exe, which is confusing, so, please, be alert, as naming this companion file in this way is mandatory by the Windows' CLR component).

As the application Easy Photo Editor is a portable one and, thus, it can be run from a pen-drive, I have decided that it should not create shortcuts to itself (as when the pen-drive is not available clicking the shortcut will give an error). Thus, if you would like to have a shortcut to it you must manually create it.

Privacy Policy Notice of Easy Photo Editor :

The application Easy Photo Editor does not make any direct or indirect attempt to access the network.

The application Easy Photo Editor does not meddle with your system, apart from writing temp files to its app folder (which, with a high probability, is not the folder where it is installed - it is a folder created in your profile as is advised by microsoft), it does not read or write any other file that is not pointed to it by you.

The application Easy Photo Editor does not (directly) read or write any information to the system's registry (third party components, like Windows open, save, and browse dialogs may write!).

The launcher application does not read or write any file and it does not write to the system's registry, but it reads from it. Specifically, it reads (from the system's registry) the info regarding which are the versions of the CLR that are installed on your system, so that it can decide what is the right version of the application Easy Photo Editor to be launched on your system.