Windows Full VersionJan 25, 2014

Free Ashampoo Photo Optimizer 4 (100% discount)

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Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home and business use
  • No free updates; if you update the program, you may lose the freebie
  • No free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed whenever you want
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help
Technical Details
  • Developed by Ashampoo
  • Version is v4.0.3
  • Download size is 37.6 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results:

Ashampoo Photo Optimizer 4 optimizes your photos with one click, polishing your snaps to give them a professional look and feel.

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  1. Ernie F

    Reply to this comment#11

    [@AnAceBuyer] If you copied License key to clipboard from the email before opening program first time it is likely that program automatically ‘saw’ clipboard and activated for you. I have had that happen on some Ashampoo programs.

  2. AnAceBuyer

    Reply to this comment#10

    Nice software to have in my photo toolkit. Each photo optimization algorithm is different, and I get different results with each one. Sometimes I have to try two or three on a particularly tough picture to get the result I want. Glad to have this software now. Activation seems a little unusual for my Win 7 x64 HP. I went to and it says it automatically registered me w/o asking for a key. Nice, but subtle. is sort of generic. If I missed a specific place to add my license key, please let me know. I did get the email immediately in my aol.com email address (I got all of today’s emails immediately, in fact). Thanks Ashraf and Ashampoo!

  3. DonP

    Reply to this comment#9

    Thanks, @Ashraf & Staff, for a great offering today! I have had great experience with AShampoo products, and own several of them. Until now, I have passed on this one-click wonder, preferring to use more complex programs to get better results with more tweaking options. But I finally tried PhotoOptimizer to see how well it worked. I was amazed! For many shots, it did an outstanding job. For a few it produced some really strange, psychedelic effects, not sure why; I may have goofed up one of the settings, but don’t think so (I have a ticket into Ashampoo Support for this).

    There are a few weaknesses with the program. For example, it doesn’t recognize the standard “Ctrl-Z” and “Ctrl-Y” for undo/redo, and the tiny thumbnails make it hard to select the proper photo. However – based on my experience with Photo Optimizer 4.x, and with Ashampoo’s other offerings, I think the upgrade to v. 5.x is well worth the $15. The time I will save with this program will more than make up for the cost, even if it does give weird results on some photos.

    Thanks, Asraf, SoS, and Ashampoo!

  4. Antonio Cano

    Reply to this comment#8

    Lo he probado conanterioridad y es muy bueno gracias, por facilitanos estos programas

  5. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#7

    This giveaway is back!

  6. Faaast1

    Reply to this comment#6OLD COMMENT

    Help Please.
    I have not received an email with my password.

  7. Wonderer

    Reply to this comment#5OLD COMMENT

    [@PhilK]

    Just curious, I had a similar problem like this a while back, it wasn’t an Ashampoo program but it was 2 other programs, I come to find out what was happening in my case was a registry cleaner I was running was deleting key registries causing those programs to go back into trial mode. Not saying this is your problem but I thought I would mention it incase it is because I had a similar problem. I can’t remember the registry cleaning program I was runnings name, IT WAS NOT GLARY’S, I have NEVER had any problems using any of Glary’s products. If you are running any type of registry cleaning product and it has a backup of the last registry it cleaned you might try restoring it and then running the program again, may have to reboot also and see if it’s reactivated you’ll know that’s the problem. Good luck.

  8. Philx

    Reply to this comment#4OLD COMMENT

    [@PhilK] User experiences of Ashampoo software are known to markedly vary; what one user encounters isn’t necessarily encountered by another. For my part, I’ve never suffered a de-activation problem, but just because I haven’t, that doesn’t mean no-one else has either. Quite why such is happening in your case is something Ashampoo Support should’ve investigated with you. If it hasn’t, then there’s no excuse — so goodbye, Ashampoo: no reason to stay loyal to *any* software developer if that loyalty is repeatedly tested. As to the long-running issue of Ashampoo ‘spam’: again, everyone’s mileage varies. And not everyone sends/receives emails in the same way or via the same mail server. Me, I use gmail. I have it installed as a POP3 in my Windows Mail so I can use it from my desktop, rather than as webmail. Trying to filter out spam at the desktop stage is waaaay too late: always has been, always will be. What is needed is server-side intervention so that spam mail isn’t delivered in the first place. Going online to one’s gmail account, it’s a matter of no more than 30 seconds’ effort to select ‘More’ in the top row of tabs, then ‘filter messages like this’, select the options — I use ‘delete it’ and ‘never send it to Spam’, and that’s it. Job done. I do have an Ashampoo user account because it’s handy to check Ashampoo at the time of public holidays when it offers substantial discounts on the usual asking price of its products. But as to receiving any emails from Ashampoo: nope. Not a one. Server-side filtering takes care of everything.

  9. mishasin

    Reply to this comment#3OLD COMMENT

    Thanks Ashraf

  10. PhilK

    Reply to this comment#2OLD COMMENT

    EVERY SINGLE TIME I put an Ashampoo onto my PC it “forgets” the serial, and has to be “reactivated” essentially making this a TRIAL.
    Every time.
    Even when I actually bloody BOUGHT Burning Studio 12 it did the same thing. I leave it for a week or so, and it’s deactivated and the serial needs put in again. I complain, and while they answer, they give the same useless unhelpful advice to the point you give in.
    I don’t bother anymore, added to which, they pester you ceaselessly with emails. You supposedly CAN unsubscribe, but they’ve made it VERY difficult to do now.
    Be warned

  11. Philx

    Reply to this comment#1OLD COMMENT

    Well, well, well: what’s this? Transparency from Ashampoo instead of childish obfuscation? If this giveaway is anything to go by, then Ashampoo really has grown up: this isn’t Photo Optimizer 2013, or Photo Optimizer 2012, or Photo Optimzer Special Edition, or Photo Optimizer Platinum (you can add invented names of your own here) but, simply. . . Photo Optimizer 4. Offered free. I’ve no need of any “one-click” optimizer myself because I’m fortunate to have spare time enough to post-process in Adobe CS and SageLight, but there are thousands, if not millions, of other camera users out there whose working lives don’t allow them that luxury and to whom, therefore, clean, quick, simple ‘optimization’ is of real help. Congratulations then to SoS on bringing this genuine commercial software here today and even bigger congratulations to Ashampoo for telling it like it is without all the flummery of fictitious product titles and fictititous retail prices. Perhaps we’re about to see the dawning of a new era when developers will do as Ashampoo is doing here: offer for free an earlier out-dated version of software (though which, like Photo Optimizer 4, may still be pretty darn good) as both a goodwill gesture and a way of stimulating buyer interest in the latest versioin.

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home and business use
  • No free updates; if you update the program, you may lose the freebie
  • No free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed whenever you want
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help

Technical Details

  • Developed by Ashampoo
  • Version is v4.0.3
  • Download size is 37.6 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: