You can also download programs to your computer. You can find them in the Downloads menu. In this case, you must first unpack the ZIP file, and then start the program by clicking the index.html file 2 X.
The programs probably work on all newer web browsers. Still, for lack of time, I only checked their performance in Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari. These are also programs that, according to statistics for 2019/20, are used by almost 90% of users.
You can, therefore, run the program on any operating system. And most importantly, correction results can be applied to all the most popular digital photo processing programs. Even in this case, the results are tested in the most popular programs currently GIMP, Adobe Photoshop, Affinity Photo, and Lightroom. Most likely, they also work in all other applications that support LUT files. All in all, this is a significant improvement for fans of alternative photography, who were mostly dependent on Adobe Photoshop.