Nightmare using Adobe apps in Windows 11

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Dec 09, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

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After I switched to Windows 11 (regretting every day on that).   all adobe apps do not work properly.   video hang up,  freezes, app crashes!!

I have a  32 GB RAM PC with plenty of HW resources and in windows 10 everything worked just fine

 

any solution ?

 

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Crash , Freeze or hang , Hardware or GPU , Performance , User interface or workspaces

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Dec 09, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

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Did you reinstall all Adobe apps?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 09, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

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None of the Adobe apps "officially" support Win11 yet as far as I know. And a voluntary move to a new operating system by anyone these days before it gets it's first major post-release patch is a dicey thing. So ... it isn't recommended to voluntarily update yet.

 

Those who are buying a new machine, well ... that's a different situation of course.

 

And for either situation, we are all hoping for 1) that Win11 first major fix-it patch and 2) official Adobe support of Win11.

 

Neil

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When I check for updates Microsoft has a message that my computer isn't compatible with Win11 so I will stick with Win10 until "shortly" before support ends 10-14-2025

 

Of course, Win10 support ending doesn't mean that Win10 will stop working... only that Microsoft will no longer issue updates

 

But, sometime in late 2024 I will take a look at the current crop of motherboards and will think about replacing the insides of the computer that I built... I like the case, and replacing a motherboard is no big deal... what I do need to learn more about is the difference between the MBR format I have now (why my computer isn't compatible with Win11) and how to format a new drive to the GPT standard that Win11 requires... there is a way to convert from MBR to GPT but I'm just going to keep what I have for the next 3+ years to let Win11 'mature' and the programs also be updated to be 100% compatible

 

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