Given the good experiences of users, I wanted to give the Premiere program a try, so I put the trial version on my system. After 2 days of using the trial version I bought and installed the original version after I uninstalled the trial version completely, I thought. Including the well known Ad credits in the registry.
Got the license code this morning and downloaded and installed the 64-bit version at Adobe. The Photoshop version didn't give any problems with installation but the Premiere version did. After some searching the AdobeCreativeCloudCleanerTool was found and run. After this I was able to install both programs without any problems but after booting up I got the message that I could not use the program after 28 days. So the trial version was still active.
Question: Does anyone have any idea what I can do now to convert that trial version into the final and purchased version? Oh yes, the license numbers given on my account at Adobe.
Until I've solved this problem I'll try this version on my laptop, who knows if it will run even though I'm short of memory, my desktop has 16Gb.