The existing startup screen is independent of the window, it has neither close, minimize, etc. buttons, nor is it connected to the main window afterwards. Windows 11 provides a new way (although it actually started in Windows Phone) to display the splash screen-before the application is loaded, the main icon is displayed in the center area, and the other positions (the title bar area) remain unchanged. I think Photoshop can also be inspired by this and put the loading process in the window.
Maybe you like more concise, but at least you should keep the Adobe logo and Creative Cloud brand, maybe there are more, but I don’t have enough time
This is meaningful, it organically combines the loading process with the main program window, which is fluent and easy to understand and elegant in the interaction logic.
Adobe should let more programs, preferably all applications of the Adobe family, do so, rather than rejecting other programs for not doing so.
More importantly, it also has a global startup screen on the iPad, which is mandatory. Obviously, we want to be consistent across all platforms while adapting to the needs of their respective platforms. Then we naturally come to the conclusion-we need a full-window startup screen on the desktop.