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After updating to Photoshop 2020

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May 01, 2020

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Hello,

I have updated to Photoshop CC 2020 afew months ago and it is runnin properly. I normally use PS, Bridge and Lightroom and they all are running OK.

My question is about the old versions (2019). They remain installed in my computer and also some file associations haven't changad autimatically and I had to do it manually. Can I uninstall these versions? If so, is there anything relevant I should take into account not to have problems of file association?

I'm using Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit

 

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To make sure you are free from file association issues uninstall the new, then the old.  Then re-install the new.

 

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After updating to Photoshop 2020

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Hello,

I have updated to Photoshop CC 2020 afew months ago and it is runnin properly. I normally use PS, Bridge and Lightroom and they all are running OK.

My question is about the old versions (2019). They remain installed in my computer and also some file associations haven't changad autimatically and I had to do it manually. Can I uninstall these versions? If so, is there anything relevant I should take into account not to have problems of file association?

I'm using Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit

 

Many thanks

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by davescm | Adobe Community Professional

To make sure you are free from file association issues uninstall the new, then the old.  Then re-install the new.

 

Dave

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To make sure you are free from file association issues uninstall the new, then the old.  Then re-install the new.

 

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There is rarely a need to keep the older version. However, make sure to use the uninstall application in the application folder.

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May 10, 2020

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Hi Joseph,

 

Thanks for your answer. I can't find any uninstall application in the program folder, not even in the Adobe folder. Is there any problem in doing it using the Windows Programs and Features utility inthe Control Panel?

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Uninstall is in the CC desktop application.

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Hi Dave,

 

I've found it, everything working properly now.

 

Many thanks!

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You're welcome.

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Help. I can't even post a new topic. When I updated Photoshop 2020 a day ago, Cloud deleted it and installed 2021. Now I cannot find Pshop 2020 to redownload. WHY? Same with Illustrator 2020. Don't want to use new 2021 until bugs are worked out. Please let me have Pshop and Ill 2020 again!

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