Uninstall PS 2021 (once 2022 has been installed)?

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Jul 19, 2022 Jul 19, 2022

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I got forced into upgrading to Monterey (thanks to an absolute dunce at Apple Support). And my Photoshop software started going all wonky. I ended up installing the new version of PS (which is branded by the year 2022), and things have settled down. But I now have two separate Photoshop applications downloaded onto my HD (MacOS). In the enclosing folder for the older version (Photoshop 2021), can I simply use the Uninstaller? Or will that somehow affect the 2022 program? Should I just learn to live with both of them on my computer? (I really don't understand why the newer version didn't upgrade on-top-of the old one).

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Jul 19, 2022 Jul 19, 2022

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You can open up Cereative Cloud App in applications,  and under "Installed" next to Photoshop you can click the three dots on right for More Options.

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Then you will see the various versions, and you can click to Uninstall the old version.
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Hope that helps!
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