On my computer, there's two different versions of Lightroom Classic installed:
Lightroom Classic (version 8.4.1)
Lightroom Classic CC (version 8.2.1)
Is it two different versions of one and the same software, or two different variants of Lightroom? I'm a bit confused, as Lightroom Classic CC is the most recent software name from what I know - though, that one is the older version on my computer. So, what is the "right" Lightroom Classic version?
Adobe Community Professional, Oct 10, 2019Oct 10, 2019
John Waller • Adobe Community Professional, Oct 10, 2019Oct 10, 2019
Lightroom Classic 8.4.1 is the latest version. Used to be Lightroom Classic CC (desktop with catalog) and Lightroom CC (Cloud). Recently Adobe dropped the CC moniker from all their software so we now have Lightroom Classic (desktop with catalog) and Lightroom (Cloud). Very confusing. Thank Adobe Marketing for this crazy naming scheme.
HOLA YO E TENIDO SIEMPRE EL PROGRAMA LIGHTROOM CLASIC Y AHORA NO LO TENGO Y NO SE COMO DESCARGARLO QUE PASA CON ESTE PROGRAMA YA SE QUE MI ORDENADOR NO ME ADMITE LAS VERSIONES 2022 SI NO LO ADMITE ME DARE DE BAJA IMMEDIATAMENTE .SALUDOS JOSE MATAMALA ORDEIG
At Josep, see the info below for the system requirements of the latest version of Lightroom Classic v 11.
""The minimum system requirements for Lightroom Classic 11.0 have been updated:
Windows 10 v1909 or later, or Windows 11.
macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or later.
Sync Minimum Version
Due to the new Masking feature, the cloud database format has been updated. To continue syncing, you must use Lightroom Classic 10.4 or later.
Lightroom Classic 10.4 still runs on older computers (e.g. Macs released since 2012 as long as they’re running macOS Mojave), and can still sync with the cloud, however Lightroom Classic 10.4 won’t understand any masking adjustments done using the newer mobile apps. Lightroom Classic 11.0 has full sync compatibility for masking.""