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I am stll using Dreamweaver CS6 and considering now a transfer to CC. But this version is only available if you take a subscription to the Adobe Cloud. Maybe a simple question: Can I still work with Dreamweaver CC when I am not connected to the Internet?

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

Yes.

The "Creative Cloud" is a bit of a misnomer. The software is downloaded and installed to your local machine just as it was in the past, only the delivery service and subscription model has changed.

As long as you have an active subscription in good standing, the software functions. Basically it periodically checks with Adobe to verify your subscription is good, in order to "allow you in".

It is not "Cloud-Based Software".

If you happen to be offline when the software goes to check with Adobe, you'll need to connect, but otherwise, there's no need to be online (well, aside from using the Cloud storage, or other cloud bits of a full subscription).

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Dreamweaver CC off-line

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I am stll using Dreamweaver CS6 and considering now a transfer to CC. But this version is only available if you take a subscription to the Adobe Cloud. Maybe a simple question: Can I still work with Dreamweaver CC when I am not connected to the Internet?

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

Yes.

The "Creative Cloud" is a bit of a misnomer. The software is downloaded and installed to your local machine just as it was in the past, only the delivery service and subscription model has changed.

As long as you have an active subscription in good standing, the software functions. Basically it periodically checks with Adobe to verify your subscription is good, in order to "allow you in".

It is not "Cloud-Based Software".

If you happen to be offline when the software goes to check with Adobe, you'll need to connect, but otherwise, there's no need to be online (well, aside from using the Cloud storage, or other cloud bits of a full subscription).

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Yes.

The "Creative Cloud" is a bit of a misnomer. The software is downloaded and installed to your local machine just as it was in the past, only the delivery service and subscription model has changed.

As long as you have an active subscription in good standing, the software functions. Basically it periodically checks with Adobe to verify your subscription is good, in order to "allow you in".

It is not "Cloud-Based Software".

If you happen to be offline when the software goes to check with Adobe, you'll need to connect, but otherwise, there's no need to be online (well, aside from using the Cloud storage, or other cloud bits of a full subscription).

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When my internet service goes out, it doesn't prevent me from working on projects.  CC software downloads & installs on your machine the same as before.  You don't need to be online except when downloading, updating software or uploading files to your server.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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