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FIO: CC OS support changing.

LEGEND ,
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Just for info users may wish to read -

https://theblog.adobe.com/upcoming-changes-to-creative-cloud-os-support-for-windows-and-mac/

Even some Windows 10 versions will no longer be able to use CC.

I'm not a mac user, but some mac os versions are also loosing support.

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FIO: CC OS support changing.

LEGEND ,
Sep 04, 2018

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Just for info users may wish to read -

https://theblog.adobe.com/upcoming-changes-to-creative-cloud-os-support-for-windows-and-mac/

Even some Windows 10 versions will no longer be able to use CC.

I'm not a mac user, but some mac os versions are also loosing support.

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Interesting that support for Windows 8.1  will be dropped but Win7 will remain.   I wonder where that came from.

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LEGEND ,
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https://forums.adobe.com/people/Nancy+OShea  wrote

Interesting that support for Windows 8.1  will be dropped but Win7 will remain.   I wonder where that came from.

I think it has to do with 'extended support'. MS are still offering extended support for windows 7 until April 2020, (along with IE10) but have completely dropped all support for windows 8.1, (except the mobile version) So some enterprise CC users may still be using windows 7.

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pziecina  wrote

https://forums.adobe.com/people/Nancy+OShea   wrote

Interesting that support for Windows 8.1  will be dropped but Win7 will remain.   I wonder where that came from.

I think it has to do with 'extended support'. MS are still offering extended support for windows 7 until April 2020, (along with IE10) but have completely dropped all support for windows 8.1, (except the mobile version) So some enterprise CC users may still be using windows 7.

I would agree with that. I hardly see, or even saw Windows 8 in enterprise businesses from my work. Windows 7 is predominantly used even today in those companies. Windows 10 is definitely where most of the small-mid businesses.  Not surprised at all on the Mac side though. Mac users tend to dive head first into new upgrades the moment they are released.

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Thank you for the heads up


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