Photoshop 22.2 installing Nik Plug Ins

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Feb 18, 2021 Feb 18, 2021

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Just got a new computer - bye bye Windows 7, hello Windows 10.  Have successfully installed Creative Cloud Apps including Photoshop 22.2.  Next step is to install my Nik Plug Ins (which I paid for a while back from DXO).  The Nik Installer Wizard doesn't automatically identify Photoshop, so I need to manually find the place for the plug in to go.  In the good old days I used to be able to find the right place but things look a bit more complicated these days.  There is a Plug-ins folder in Program Files>Adobe>Adobe Photoshop 2021>Plug-ins. Is this the place?  Under Program Files (x86)>Adobe  I'm totally lost.  It breaks down into Adobe Creative Cloud/Creative Cloud Experience/Sync and no idea where to go.  Please could somebody set out the pathways for me.

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Community Beginner , Feb 19, 2021 Feb 19, 2021
Sorted this out for myself 

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