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BRIDGE CC ... [Better to use bundled Bridge CS6 or standalone Bridge CC to save space on SSD?]

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Mar 15, 2019 Mar 15, 2019

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I am a long-time PS user PS 6.0) and fan.

Of late, I have been using the free-standing version of BRIDGE CC as a file management utility for about 5 months, however, I just built a new computer and re-installed my copies of PSCS 6 and LIGHTROOM 5.7.1

What I would like to know at this point:

Not only if it might be necessary, but more would it be prudent to remove BRIDGE CC and use the native version of it that is built into PSCS 6.

The SSD space on the drive that the software is installed on is getting near its threshold, and if I would be well served by using the native version of BRIDGE contained inside PSCS 6 ... thereby giving myself a little bit more headroom on that SSD?

Experience in this area versus opinions absent such actual experience would be greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

Jay

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Mar 18, 2019 Mar 18, 2019

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Hi Jay,

The CS6 version of Bridge CC gets installed with Photoshop CS6 so don't have to install it separately.

However, as saving space is the concern, installing Bridge CC would definitely take some more space when Bridge CS6 is installed by default with Photoshop.

Thanks,

Akash

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