Purchase the CD or DVD for the latest version of the Adobe Photoshop. Insert it in your computer’s CD/DVD ROM Drive and open its contents. Double click the program installation file and the dialog box will appear on your screen.
Click the “Next” button to start installing Adobe Photoshop in your computer. Click “I Agree” when the dialog box shows Terms and Agreement section.
It will now ask you to define the path where you want to save the installation files. By default, the path will be set for your “Program Files” folder. If you want to change it, just click the “Browse” button and define the path. Click “OK”, and then click “Next” to continue. Click the “Finish” button to end the installation process.
Now launch the Adobe Photoshop by double clicking the program icon. You can find the Photoshop icon on your desktop, as well as in the Start Menu. If you do not create desktop icon, then you will have to click the “Start” button, and move your mouse cursor to “Programs” or “All Programs”, depending on the version of Windows you are using. Now move you cursor to the Adobe Photoshop folder, and a submenu fill open. Click on the program icon.
Now transfer you NEF files from your camera to computer. Open Photoshop window and select “Open” from the “File” menu. Now browse to the location where you saved the image file. Click on it and it will become highlighted. Click “Open” button and it will appear in the main Photoshop window.