Many of us, at some point or other need to mess about with images. Lots of tools available for such eventualities. However, we eventually all come across images that are saved or provided as PSD files, a Photoshop native format.
There's not many tools that can open or edit these - at least not that are (1) reliable and (2) easier to use than Photoshop - and, of course, a lot less expensive to licence.
Here's one that is worth a look - for those times when one gets a banner that needs editing - a simple enough job but a nightmare if it means learning to use Photoshop to do it!
Paint.net - with an associated plugin can be used to open PSD files, and manipulate the layers within the file (the magic that lets us edit the text or logo on a banner)
The program is free of charge, as is the associated plugin. Setting the thing up and learning how to do the job I wanted, this afternoon took maybe 10 minutes and another ten to sort out a full set of banners with a new text.
Here's a link to a brief article with the links you need to download the main application and the plugin: CLICK HERE!