Several versions of PS on my computer

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When my PS updates, it updates 3 @ PS.  I have, in my  list, V 18.1.7, V20.0.10 and V21.2.3.  Since V21.2.3 is the newest, can I safely delete the other two, without creating problems?  Yep, you guessed correctly.  I am not very computeristic, and play with PS, only on occasion.  Just don't wnt to screw something up.  Thanks in advance.  CC

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Several versions of PS on my computer

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When my PS updates, it updates 3 @ PS.  I have, in my  list, V 18.1.7, V20.0.10 and V21.2.3.  Since V21.2.3 is the newest, can I safely delete the other two, without creating problems?  Yep, you guessed correctly.  I am not very computeristic, and play with PS, only on occasion.  Just don't wnt to screw something up.  Thanks in advance.  CC

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You would uninstall from the CC Desktop app, 18 first then 20. Look for the three-dot menu to the right of the Open button. Each version has the open button with the respective menu. Click on it and choose uninstall.

 

That said, a buggy 21 update could leave you hanging. Keep 20 at least for backup.

 

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Thank you. Found the uninstall, but worried that it might kill some of the
current version.

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It shouldn't. When you install a new version, it gives you the option of importing your previous settings and keeps them separate from other versions. But during the uninstall, you have the option of keeping your settings should you change your mind and reinstall.

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Thank you. CC

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