Ashampoo Photo Commander FREE

Ashampoo Photo Commander FREE 12.0

It's a feature-rich image organizer, manager, editor, converter, etc.

Ashampoo Photo Commander FREE is probably the most comprehensive image management application that you can get for free. The fact that it's free made no difference when it came to the number of supported features and functions, as Ashampoo Photo Commander FREE offers a lot of functions, options, and built-in tools.

First, it lets you import images from various sources, like local files, digital cameras, or scanners. Then, it lets you organize them into photo collections that are easy to browse and simple to manage. The photos can also be edited in a multitude of ways, including adjustments regarding brightness, contrast, and so on. Image restoration, correction, and enhancement tasks are also supported (remove noise, scratches and other unwanted objects), as well as applying various effects to the selected photos. Furthermore, this tool allows creating photo collages, greeting cards, or calendars, and it also supports converting the image formats (even exporting images to PDF is possible). Once you finish processing photos, you can use Ashampoo Photo Commander FREE to email them or even to burn them to CD, DVD or Blu-ray discs. As you can see, Ashampoo Photo Commander FREE is amazingly powerful despite being the smaller, lighter version of the commercial Ashampoo Photo Commander application that supports even more features, yet it also comes with a price.

Ashampoo Photo Commander FREE also manages to be easy to use despite being so feature-rich. Its interface is neat and straightforward, allowing even beginners to use this handy app without any issues.

In conclusion, Ashampoo Photo Commander FREE is a great tool that offers for free more than other similar image management tools offer for a price.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary


  • Very feature-rich and comprehensive
  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Supports many formats


  • Doesn't support RAW images
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