Is there any word on whether or not Abobe Cloud 2020 next year will still support Macs using Sierra or High Sierra (OS X 10.13.6)? I noticed Adobe Cloud typically supports the latest 3-4 versions of MAC OS. So currenlty the Adobe Cloud supports Sierra, High Sierra, Mojave, and Catalina. Apple has dropped OS updates for Macs that dont have a GPU with the Metal API for Mojave and up. This means people with Macs with older GPUs that dont have the Metal API and can't upgrade thier GPU, wont be able to update to Mojave and later. So I wanted to know if there was a time table for when Adobe would move on and go with Mojave and later, dropping support for Macs with Nvidia cards and other non Metal API cards?
I doubt there is a timetable. More likely they are going to be driven by
(a) Apple's developer plans - there comes a point where supporting a wide range of systems is a lot more work (it basically becomes two different products)
(b) Counting seats- Adobe will know what systems their users use, and plan accordingly.
macampbell_09 Good morning.
Photoshop 2020 works with High Sierra.
Please refer to the following help.
The next year (2021?) Release will be a future story,
so I don't think anyone can understand at this time.
Imagine a day when the latest version of Photoshop will not be compatible with Mac OS High Sierra. At that time will it be possible to use older versions of Photoshop (such as the current version now that is does support OS X High Sierra) or is Photoshop force-updated even though it is installed locally on the user's computer?
There is no force-updating (today) unless you switch it on.
That day has come and gone. High Sierra cannot run the latest version of photoshop and perform at 100%
Direct Download Links https://prodesigntools.com/tag/ddl MAY help
-you MUST do what it says in Note: Very Important Instructions
When you do have a download, be sure to copy it to at least one external device
-a usb flash drive or hard drive, or write to a DVD
Ast of October the 2021 versions of most Adobe Products dont work on Mac OS High Sierra or earlier. You must have Mojave and you cant get Mojave unless you have a Mac made around 2012 or 2013 (it cant have an nVidia GPU in it because those are no longer supported). For Windows user you must be on Windows 10. even though Windoews 8 and 8.1 will continue recieving support from Microsoft until 2023, Adobe has moved on.
After Effects 2020: