Hello, so I have a MacBook that is on Mojave with limited storage space. I haven't been able to update my computer because I don't have enough room for Monterrey. Today I have been trying to download an older version of premiere through the creative cloud app. Whenever I click on the three dots for more versions, it just tells me to "learn more," and that learn more page tells me that the new version of premiere is incompatible.
So is there any way I can download an old version of premiere legally? Also, my storage is full from previous mac updates. The biggest thing I have on my computer is illustrator, besides that, I have maybe 6-word documents.
Hi itsawalk, there is a really simple way to install an older version of Adobe software.
First, go into the Creative Cloud App, and in the All Apps tab, click on the three dots beside the app you want to install. Then click on Other Versions. There you'll find all the older versions of the app you want to install, and you can choose the version you want.
I remember that I had this problem one year ago with my Mac and what helped me was reinstalling macOS. A new hard drive will not help you, because the version of your OS causes the problem and not the actual hard drive. You could also install (if possible) a newer version of you OS.