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GIMP is a free and open-source raster graphics editor built with GTK toolkit

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Overview

GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) is a free and open-source raster graphics editor used for image retouching and editing, free-form drawing, converting between different image formats, and more specialized tasks.

GIMP allows to create images with tools for airbrushing, penciling, cloning, and creating gradients. Power users can create their own brushes and patterns to use later. It also allows users to manipulate images imported into the program, further allowing to crop, add text, resize, and create nested layers. Creations can be animated as well.

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Platform

 

Social

     

System Requirements

#Minimum
1128 MB RAM
220 MB+ free space on hard disk, 60 MB+ with data files

Ratings

Aggregate
4.13 
 5

Capterra4.5 
 5
based on 770 reviews
CNET
Windows
5 
 5
based on professional's opinion
CNET
macOS
3 
 5
based on 81 reviews
CNET
macOS
3.5 
 5
based on professional's opinion
CNET
Windows
4 
 5
based on 874 reviews
FileHippo
x32 bit Windows
8 
 10
based on 267 reviews
FileHorse
x64 bit Windows
7.8 
 10
based on 122 reviews
G2CROWD4.2 
 5
based on 639 reviews
MacUpdate
macOS
4.2 
 5
based on 202 reviews
Softonic
Windows
7 
 10
based on 11807 reviews
Softpedia
Windows
4.2 
 5
based on 411 reviews
TechRadar5 
 5
based on professional's opinion
TechSpot4.6 
 5
based on 35 reviews
Uptodown
Windows
4.2 
 5
based on 21 reviews

Developer

Spencer Kimball(OD), Peter Mattis(OD), The GIMP Development Team

Written in

C, GTK/GTK+

Initial Release

15 February 1996

License

GPL v3+

Alternatives

Raster Graphics Editor
Krita   Adobe Photoshop  

Notes


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