Has someone successfully installed and works without troubles now with a version of Adobe CS (5; 5,5 or 6) in Windows 7 and now in Windows 10 on a MacBook Pro of 2010 (!) having installed Windows via Boot Camp? I use the software of Paragon (not Parallels). Which kind a OS.x do you use? I consider to upgrade my MacBook Pro (using Adobe CS 5 in Snow Leopard student/teacher edition so that I would have to buy another version but don't want to have to pay every month).
Creative Suite is no longer supported. You use legacy software entirely at your own risk. CS5 should work on Win10 but there are no guarantees. It was designed to work on XP, Vista & Win7.
I have bought Adobe CS 5 only for Mac. But I could search for Adobe CS 6 in the internet now to get though it is no longer supported. I work well with Adobe CS 5 on Mac OS though it is no longer supported but this software has been offered especially for Snow Leopard (having bought it in 2010). So Adobe CS 6 might also work both on Windows 7 and Windows 10?
Creative Suite will never work with Catalina. Face it. If you own a Mac, you need modern software.
Photoshop or Premier Elements 2020 (approx $100, no subscription needed)
Creative Cloud Photography Plan (approx $10/month for 1 year subscription)
Creative Cloud All Apps Plan (31 + apps & services)
Beware of fake Adobe reps who may contact you privately offering to sell you software or take control of your computer. It's a scam, run away! Creative Suite is not sold by legitimate vendors in any country.
Why should not the Adobe CS 6 (is this the lastest version of Adobe CS?) work on Windows 10 though it is made for Windows 7? I heard that other sofware f.i. where the producer no longer exists works on Windows 10. And why should not someone sell CS 6 or 5,5 etc. sell it cheaper now that it is old?
I used mainly Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, Dreamweaver and Acrobat. Maybe I do not know other new software I will like ... (compare Encore)
If Adobe is not compatible with the newest system of Apple now more people will try it with Windows 10 installed via bootcamp. Does this officially work properly (Creative Cloud or the older CS 5, 5,5 or 6)?
There is no "officially" for products where support has ended. Adobe will only test the current versions of products, and don't test or certify in boot camp at all. Creative Cloud 2020 is designed to work in Catalina, and if you have a Mac that is the only path I could suggest.
Cs was sold either for MacOS or for Windows. You are out of luck as there is no license available that you can acquire and install legally. If you get a legal second hand copy (if) you may try to install and it may run. Even if old software is told to run on Windows 10, the initial release of Windows 10 is not the sane as the current version.
You use outdated software at your own risk. It's not guaranteed on a different platform or OS than the one it was built for. It might work or it might not. The only way to know for sure is TRY IT.
Adobe stopped selling CS6 years ago and stopped offering it to resellers. Anything you find on the internet will be pirated, malware, or probably both.
To try means that I have to buy the software before and how to get the money back if it does not work. I have "called" the Adobe Support before and they referred to the following website because I told them that I do not want to have to pay for an abo:
https://adobedealreg.secure.force.com/PartnerSearch?lang=de So I wonder why here it is said that I can no longer buy software CS5 or higher of Adobe.
Indeed, someone has asked me here for my serial number of my old software of Adobe and I tought that someone might have wanted to use it to work with it. I delete those emails.
Momentan gibt es die Idee, nur von Snow Leopard auf Lion upzugraden, damit ich wenigsten Air Print am MacBook Pro habe. Funktioniert dann mein von Adobe gekaufes CS5 und Acrobat Pro 9.5.5. und Lightroom 3 (alle aus 2010/2011 für Snow Leopard damals gleichzeitig gekauft) eventuell auch noch in Lion?
If it's genuine software and you have the original installation disks & a matching serial number, CS5 should work on Lion and higher.
I don't think it's possible to use old Acrobat for security reasons.
I don't know about Lightroom 3. You will need to try it and see if it works.
I have a genuine Adobe CS 5 student and teacher edition - so I ask again if it will work on the student and teacher edition. I could use a newer Adobe Acrobat Pro in Windows 7 - could I get this for free or without spending too much money from Adobe? (maybe is has been in my CS 5 for Mac). I would like to connect PDFS in one PDF which has been possible with Adobe Acrobat. Is it also possible to sign PDFs without having to print and scan them?
It's the same for Student/Teacher editions of Creative Suite. They are all discontinued. Use at your own risk.
FREE Acrobat Reader DC. Use it to comment, view, print & sign PDF.
There is a small fee to use Acrobat Standard and Acrobat Pro DC.
I am willing to pay for software but now I am angry because my MacBook of 2010 pro does not work properly and will not do that any more simply because the operating systems changes. The hardware still o.k. I should through away my computer and buy all the "same" stuff again. I am simply not willing to pay so much for hardware and software and the garbage gets bigger and bigger, especially the one of my printers (Adobe not being responsible for that) .... I am not content with these facts.
Platform means operating system. In the context of a "platform switch" (which you can't have), it's between Mac and Windows. But for whether apps work, it's down to the level of Snow Leopard vs. Lion. I doubt anyone can remember or still try out your systems - you are really out there on the edge. There is no support. You can only try it and see. Things may fail completely, or in minor ways that you don't care about.
finde ich ein günstigeres Angebot. Ich finde es nicht einfach zu unterscheiden, was im Internet angeboten wird.