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My Lenovo Thinkpad doesn't have enough resolution: will the software run properly?

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I have a question. I'm planning on buying Adobe CC, but my Lenovo Thinkpad doesn't have enough resolution. It only has 1366 x 768; lower than the minimum requirements that Adobe has published. 

 

Now here is my question: Does the software run properly, whilst some of the borders get cut off, or does it geniuinely NOT run?

 

I'm planning on buying it if it does run; I can just adjust the size of the software. If the latter is the case, would it run if I buy an external monitor?

 

I want to mainly run softwares like Photoshop, Illustrator, Dimensions and Premiere Pro.

 

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My Lenovo Thinkpad doesn't have enough resolution: will the software run properly?

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I have a question. I'm planning on buying Adobe CC, but my Lenovo Thinkpad doesn't have enough resolution. It only has 1366 x 768; lower than the minimum requirements that Adobe has published. 

 

Now here is my question: Does the software run properly, whilst some of the borders get cut off, or does it geniuinely NOT run?

 

I'm planning on buying it if it does run; I can just adjust the size of the software. If the latter is the case, would it run if I buy an external monitor?

 

I want to mainly run softwares like Photoshop, Illustrator, Dimensions and Premiere Pro.

 

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I have a question. I'm planning on buying Adobe CC, but my Lenovo Thinkpad doesn't have enough resolution. It only has 1366 x 768; lower than the minimum requirements that Adobe has published. 

 

Now here is my question: Does the software run properly, whilst some of the borders get cut off, or does it geniuinely NOT run?

 

I'm planning on buying it if it does run; I can just adjust the size of the software. If the latter is the case, would it run if I buy an external monitor?

 

I want to mainly run softwares like Photoshop, Illustrator, Dimensions and Premiere Pro.

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For Premiere you need at least 1280x800. That means for the vertical resolution your are 32 pixels short and wont be able to operate specific panels within the program.

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Thanks for your response. Appreciated 🙂

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Minimum requirements are what they say: MINIMUM requirements to run the software.

 

If the latter is the case, would it run if I buy an external monitor?

If that monitor meets or exceeds the minimum requirements, you will be fine.

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Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer

I'm not an Adobe employee. All advice constitutes my own opinion. Use at your risk! 🙂

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