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Photo Editing with Adobe Photoshop Elements

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#1 BGLeC


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Posted 11 November 2017 - 07:04 PM

Since upgrading From Windows 7 to Windows 10, I now find that I am unable to use the "Open With" facility with my Photoshop program. It's just not included in this list provided, even when going to "Select another App on this PC".  The Photoshop Express that is integral to Windows 10 is quite impressive but doesn't offer the elementary though very important tools of cloning, sharpening, and being able to change a JPEG image into a TIFF format.


I have two different Photoshop Elements programs installed, and they are both shown as icons on my desktop as well as appearing in my program listings for uninstalling a program. However they do not appear under My PC \ Program Files. 


How do I go about Moving at least one of them from their current location to "Program Files?"


I am able to open either of the editing programs from the desktop icons, but cannot find a way to transfer an image across into them.  Any ideas would be very welcome, as long as they are not too complicated!  

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