Our Antipodean chums might be getting a raw deal on modern versions of Photoshop, but at least they can try 1989's vintage without paying. The Computer History Museum, with Adobe's permission, has released the source code to version 1.0.1 free to citizens of the world, just as it did with MacPaint back in 2010. It's just a shame that current CEO Shantanu Narayen isn't feeling so generous to those on the southern hemisphere.
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Source:Computer History Museum