Windows Full VersionMay 26, 2014

Free Simply Good Pictures 3 (100% discount)

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Terms and Conditions Technical Details
  • Developed by Engelmann
  • Version is v3.0.5256
  • Download size is 6 MB
  • Supported Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit), requires .NET Framework 3
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/52

Simply Good Pictures 3 is an automatic photo optimization tool that allows you to touch-up photos with the click of a button.

This giveaway has no free updates. Get Simply Good Pictures 3 with free updates to get free updates and other perks, like ability to install or reinstall whenever you want and home + business use.

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  1. Sky1

    Reply to this comment#4

    Warning! I have just installed this software and during registration, my AVG warned me that the program was trying to affect a Startup Registry change, which gave a strange link not to the exe file of the program or any other file in it’s folder but a strange file with a long encrypted name somewhere deep in Windows system files. I took a screenshot but this did not show, so I do not recall the exact name or place anymore. However, I tried to run the program and it first wanted to connect to the internet, to Engelmann’s website. I allowed a couple of times, and the program worked, but the last time I blocked access to the net, it showed a popup writing this:

    System.Runtime.InteropServices.SEHException [0×80004005):External component has thrown an exception. atEMRegSysLib.IEMRegSys7.GetNewsXML(String& strProductID,String&strLCID, Int32 IQuantity) at Engelmann.Registration.RegSys.getNewsXML()

    And then, the registration popup showed again which I had already filled with the reg key and got the software into a fully registered version. On that popup, I had to click on “Start full version now” and ONLY then, the program would start. If you close that popup (by clicking on the X), the program disappears! This happens EACH TIME I deny the program to connect to the internet, but never when I allow it. (PS: I did not manipulate any photos with it yet, to know, if it would actually work and produce results in the -no internet- state.)

    Now, does this mean, the program will only function properly, when we are or can be online? Does that also mean, Engelmann will MONITOR everything we do on/with their software? Isn’t this an invasion of our privacy? Can we somehow get Engelmann to stop this practice and issue a new version which does not do all those suspicious things? Any suggestions?

  2. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#3

    [@David] Welcome!

    [@Frank D] Well, at least we know they listen to SOME feedback ;-)

  3. David

    Reply to this comment#2

    Thanks, Ashraf!

  4. Frank D

    Reply to this comment#1

    Hooray! They finally allow you to permanently set your directory for saving. It’s still somewhat mysterious how to use it. I’ll keep the program, but probably won’t use it. I prefer Picasa instead.

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

Technical Details

  • Developed by Engelmann
  • Version is v3.0.5256
  • Download size is 6 MB
  • Supported Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit), requires .NET Framework 3
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/52