Good Day. Is Adobe Cs6 supported on Windows 7 for 32 bit?
See your CS5 question. No need to open up a million threads.
In CS5 most programs were already 64bit and you cannot activate it anymore, anyway. So whatever you are trying to do there is very likely to not work.
I'm not sure it exists a offline link natal let for Ai CC 2023
you need to use the CC Desktop app.
and it's running at least on a PC running Win10
In order to try and get the installers, please contact Customer Care and explain to them why you need those.
https://helpy.adobe.com/contact.html (the chat is in the bottom right)
As for CS5 and CS6, there are system requirements listed in https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/system-requirements-design-standard.html
Here is some more info on getting the 2023 installers:
As far as CS5 goes, activation will be your major problem.
CS6 should be able to be activated as part of your Creative Cloud license. Downloaders can be obtained here: https://prodesigntools.com/adobe-cs6-direct-download-links.html
There is no Android version.
Recent versions do not provide an offline installer for individuals.
Even if it is offered, a paid subscription is required.
CS5 and CS6 supported in Windows 7, but Windows 7 no longer supported by Microsoft.
Activation for CS6 is said to end this month. (Probably the same for CS5.)
Illustrator CS6 for Windows was available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
CS6 does run under Windows 10 and can be activated with a CC subscription. The end of activation of standalone installations of CS6 should not affect activation through a CC subscription. (Note: I started my CC subscription with CS6, so mine activates. I don't know if this is the case for everyone.)
The answer to the formula is that CS6 is not guaranteed to work on Windows 10 or later.
It is the user's responsibility to use the software in an environment that is not guaranteed to work.
Nothing is ever guaranteed but it can be attempted.
Not from the CC app. The last version officially compatible with Windows 7 was 2020.
You can download 2019 and earlier from the ProDesignTools site linked earlier in this thread, or contact support and ask what they can supply.
Years ago when Adobe shut down the servers for CS2 and CS3 products they allowed registered users to download installers that did not require activation. I wondered if this was over some kind of legal issue or something. Are they not going to do that for any of the later editions? For instance I have a CS5.5 Master Collection license and I have an old, somewhat retired Dell notebook. I was thinking about putting Win 7 Ultimate back on it and installing some other vintage software. One reason for this is certain applications aren't so great at supporting files created in really old versions of their software. That issue applies more to companies other than Adobe.
Nobody knows outside of Adobe what activation changes they might make.
Is that a genuine Adobe installer? The font does not look like so.
Are you connected to the internet? It's required.
and, if you're still looking for offline installers, by which i assume you mean an installation file you can download and save on your computer to run at a latter time, you'll still need to be connected to the internet to sign-in and open any installed adobe cc app.
there are such installers available.
if you're trying to download the cc desktop app, make sure your computer meets specs (and the os - win 7 32 bit - you've been asking about does NOT) - https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/creative-cloud-desktop-app-system-requirements.html
install the cc desktop app using the "alternative download links" at the bottom of the page at https://helpx.adobe.com/download-install/kb/creative-cloud-desktop-app-download.html
use the desktop app to install your cc programs/trials
NOTE: win 11 users that have trouble with the latest win 10 installer often have success with the older win 10 installer.
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I'ved used Adobe illustrator on Windows 11 working fine no issue at all