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It's the secret sauce use by a lot of high end fashion and beauty photographers, so it's been a key part of my digital workflow for nearly a decade. Here's the old UI which looks tiny both in thumbnail and when you click to view the 4K screenshot: And here's the new UI which scales beautifully to any size: The heart of the new user-interface can be found in the left panel which is functionally similar, but now just bigger and easier to read: The new user-interface is significantly more responsive thanks to hardware acceleration, so zooming is now instant with no painful minute waiting for the softening effect to be applied. The user-interface does lose my beloved tabs feature which allows you to experiment and see the results of different settings spread over multiple tabs, but that was a geek feature most people didn't know exist so I don't think most users will miss it.