How To Install Our Software

All of the software offered on PhotoEditor.me is powered by DownloadAdmin™. DownloadAdmin™ is an easy-to-use installation manager that details each step of the launch. During this process, you will see other relevant software you may be interested in downloading.

Installation instructions may differ depending on your version of operating system, but the general process is outlined below. Find your operating system (OS) and follow the directions for installation. It’s that simple!

Windows Users

  1. Download your desired software and save it to any location on your computer. We suggest your Desktop.
  2. Find your software file and double-click to launch the DownloadAdmin™ install manager.
    Note for Firefox users: Your downloaded software file will be automatically saved in the Download Manager section of your browser. Click the green arrow in the upper right corner of your browser to see the list of recently downloaded files. Find the appropriate file and double-click to launch.
  3. Click Yes to allow the installation to start. The DownloadAdmin™ manager will launch.
  4. Your requested software will appear on the first screen. Click Accept.
  5. View the additional software offers. Click Accept for any offers you would like, or click Decline if you do not wish to download. You are under no obligation to download the additional offers and will still receive your desired software at no cost.
  6. Once you have completed the DownloadManager™ installation process, your desired software installation launch. When complete, a thank you screen will appear.
  7. Launch your software by double clicking the icon!

Mac Users

  1. Download your desired software and save it to any location on your computer. We suggest your Desktop.
  2. Drag your downloaded file to the Applications folder. Drop the file there to launch installation.
  3. Once installation is complete, start the application by clicking the software icon.

Linux Users

  1. Download and unpack the install package. Enter the command to create an installation directory.
  2. Add the install directory as a “local repository” for your GUI package manager if possible. This will enable you to do a GUI install rather than command line.

Note for Linux users: Open-source software can be great for Linux users. But, if you’re a beginner, it can be especially challenging! If you’re just starting out, we suggest taking a look at Control-Escape’s Guide to Linux For Beginners.