The big question, Mohit, is whether or not the engineering team are looking at a way to appease both sets of users so that Photoshop/Bridge users keep their useable interface and Lightroom users can keep new one
I would be nice to inform the users, when you fixed the problem. Starting from the Bridge my raw editor stops working and my Lightroom too. And its really annoying when "Adobe hel" is always "check your hardware, are you Administrator or does your windows 10 work and so on.
If Lightroom isn't working it isn't related to the camera raw plug-in because Lightroom isn't dependent on that plug-in. Camera Raw is only utilized when transferring a raw file from Lightroom to Photoshop to make the necessary conversion. When working with raw files in Lightroom, all of the technology necessary is provided within the Lightroom program itself.
If Lightroom isn't working it isn't related to the camera raw plug-in because Lightroom isn't dependent on that plug-in.
When you ask to Edit in Photoshop, the rendering is called off to ACR. ACR then takes the raw and parametric edits, does a render all 'behind the scenes' and what you see is the rendered image in Photoshop proper. But otherwise indeed, LR does what it does without ACR.
Yeah, you and I have gone the rounds on this one once before as I recall. Camera Raw is used as a bridge to get the image from Lightroom to Photoshop, that's true. But I have read comments from users so many times who think they can update Lightroom by installing the latest Camera Raw. And it just ain't so. Some users just don't understand the relationship between Lightroom, Camera Raw and Photoshop.
Horrendous...Really is time for an alternative now, had enough of all these updates and constant fixes. Some people have to work and not constantly beware of all the changes and bug fixes it wastes so much of my time.