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Aug 04, 2020

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I seem to have the Creative Cloud and all its applications from CS6 and 2015 up to now on my computer. How do I get ONLY the current applications without ruining the programs. I am thinking abount uninstalling every single one then reinstalling the current one, but it seems like that is going to take me forever. Any thoughts or tips? Thank you very much in advance!

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Too many versions on my computer

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I seem to have the Creative Cloud and all its applications from CS6 and 2015 up to now on my computer. How do I get ONLY the current applications without ruining the programs. I am thinking abount uninstalling every single one then reinstalling the current one, but it seems like that is going to take me forever. Any thoughts or tips? Thank you very much in advance!

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If you happy with the newest version you can uninstall all older versions without any problems.

On every main update you have to options when you install the update. Delete or keep the older version. Keeping the old version makes sense if you have plugin which you are not sure that runs with the new version. 

 

More informations you'll find here:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop/multiple-photoshop-versions-installed-on-the-computer/td-p/...

https://community.adobe.com/t5/download-install/multiple-versions-of-photoshop-installed/td-p/111885...

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Valerie, Do not delete CS6. Adobe has decided to give everyone who bought the older versions a big ol F.U. and has stopped support meaning your digital copies are null and void  if something ever happens to your computer or your installation discs. Cs6 creative suite is all of the products without re quiring you to pay the outrageous monthly fees to keep using the software you already paid for.  My Suggestion  is to download all of the software you have and save it onto external discs or a hard drive. Adobe wont help you and only wants the money the new subscription service requires.  The Creative cloud will implement a "kill all" kind of user script to disable the old standalone software. I am just so angry with adobe... Its theft in my opinion not allowing us to use what we paid for.  😞 Never delete those programs... My computer died and because my house burned down in 2015 and i lost my install discs and laptop and backups... IM S>O>L>   😞  my codes are useless if i cant install the programs and they do not provide them. 

 

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Aug 05, 2020

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That isn't correct. The only what has happened is that Adobe has removed the installations files for older version from their public websites. If you have buyed older versions (ex. CS6) from Adobe you'll find the files under your Adobe account.

Otherwise you can contact the Adobe support for the appropriate downloads.

The activation server for CS6 are still running.

 

BTW: If you have a subscription of the CC version you don't need CS6 anymore. In addition, the older versions are no longer compatible with the newer operating systems and can sometimes no longer be installed, e.g. with the latest MacOS versions  

 

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Hi, I am working for a kitchen images blog for my client. Client is asking to redisgn product images and add a trasparent look to each product. Which is the best version to edit images in transparent way? Link is given below.

Thanks in Advance
http://thesmokerreviews.com/

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You should use the latest version of adobe.

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Hi, I am working for a kitchen images blog for my client. The client is asking to redesign product images and add a transparent look to each product. Which is the best version to edit images in a transparent way?

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