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Block updates for applications that will no longer support the hardware.

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Dec 29, 2022 Dec 29, 2022

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Could we have a filter to not update the applications if this update induces a loss of performance?

For example you would write:

END OF SUPPORT FOR NVIDIA KEPLER SERIES GPUS

But it is not normal to force users to change hardware for a decision that is not technical because it is always possible to maintain current optimal performance with a scalable multi-driver configuration.

We must be able to block an update if the support for the hardware used is abandoned to allow us to find software alternatives without loss of productivity.

For my part, as long as this filter does not exist, I block all updates.

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Dec 29, 2022 Dec 29, 2022

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these are user forums. 

 

if you want to request a feature from adobe, do that here. for applicable apps, use https://helpx.adobe.com/ie/x-productkb/global/how-to-user-voice.html for others, use https://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html

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Could we have a filter to not update the applications if this update induces a loss of performance?

 

By @Christophe27737760epdu

 

I don't think that's reliable, nor does it make sense. 

What criteria do you use to define the loss of performance?

On the other hand, it may be that an update works properly even though hardware is installed that is no longer officially supported.

 

 

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