Good morning, I would like to know why Adobe does not release Fresco for Windows desktop device ... I wanted to purchase the service but it has only released it for iPads. Disappointed.
Does Adobe intend to make the service available and when?
Adobe is working towards releasing Fresco on different Windows 10 devices it is currently available on Surface Pro, Wacom Mobile Studio and HP ZBook Studio x360 G5
For more details have a look at the system requirements.
Hello, Im very impressed with the attention that Adobe is puting towards the device ecosystem that is becoming more mobile.
Its is encouraging to see that the Fresco app is working its way into windows 10. I have a mobile workstation that would easily handle the graphics requirements and when paired with a wacom drawing tablet it works beautifuly.
Is it possible to make Fresco availble on devices that have wacom drivers installed with an Intuos pro tablet? A seamles transition from desktop- laptop- tablet would be a very organic and natural working process.
An update to my previous response. When I look at the Creative Cloud desktop app Fresco is now listed as an app I can install. I have just installed it and through a quick test, using a Wacom Pen on an Intuous it definitely works. Not so much the touch feature on the Intuous but the Pen definitely.
I have an Intuos 4 and I can now install and use Fresco. The pen works well for drawing but there is no way of panning round the screen when I zoom in. (Pressing the 'hand' button does nothing except stop the pen working at all) So progress, but nowhere near perfect yet.
So just to clarify. You can have this on Windows 10 pro desktop, as long as you have a Wacom device, correct?
Looks like the main requirement now is around the graphics processor, though the application is optimised for pressure sensitive tablets so it is less useful without one. Previously using a tablet without touch support was difficult but they have since added keyboard shortcuts for things like rotate and pan so it is quite useable now.
Full requirements are listed at: