Cant even google the difference - Classic CC vs Classic

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Hello!

 

Was wondering if anyone could help me. I understand this has been debated lots, but not even google can help me fathom the difference here. I'm going crazy here and cant even remember which version I used to run.

 

I seems I have three versions:

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I'm guessing both CC-verions above (1 and 2) use cloud storage, right? So if I want to keep storing my files locally (I do my own backups) then I should be using Adobe Lightroom Classic (number 3 above), correct?

 

Hopefully by using number 3 above I shouldnt lose out on any features. Can anyone please confirm that my path of thought is on the right way? 🙂

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LEGEND , Aug 21, 2020 Aug 21, 2020
Yes you need #3 There are in fact only two versions as Adobe dropped the term CC some time ago. LrC - Lightroom Classic Lr - the cloud eco system including mobile, web and pc.

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Yes you need #3

There are in fact only two versions as Adobe dropped the term CC some time ago.

LrC - Lightroom Classic

Lr - the cloud eco system including mobile, web and pc.

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Many, many thanks for the reply and confirmation. Much appreciated.

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