For free software, The Gimp is by far the leader. It does have a steep learning curve, but then so does any of the commercial options mentioned here. On the upside there are a lot of tutorials available on the net so if you have the intention, learning how to use the gimp is possible.
Of the commercial options, I personally like corel photopaint, but then I have been using corel products since I was 10, and I had a computer with a green screen, so it could just be brand loyalty.
I do have a an older version of photoshop somewhere, but I never took the time to learn how to use the programme, so....
I think at the end of the day, it comes down to how much you are willing to spend.
If you have a big budget, may as well go for photoshop. It is the industry leader after all.
If you have a moderate budget, corel photopaint or adobe photo elements are the way to go.
If you have no budget, then the Gimp.
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