robgendreau wrote: And it's a dumb name, Photos. Kinda useless when you're tried to search for help via any search engine. Seriously. It has to be the most impossible name to do any sort of search and research. This is the stuff that Steve Jobs is rolling in his grave over. The beauty of Apple was always it's simplicity. And while I know they want to not be as completely tied to the "iEverything" monikers, this was one that worked, and was completely unique. I imagine the issues surrounding Apple's "iCal" and the iCal/.ics formats was the catalyst for the equally rare title "Calendar", but I still say they could have spent an afternoon working on making "Mail, Calendar and Photos" a bit easier to research. Apple feels like the Stretch Armstrong of conflicted marketers. Torn between the ancient Jobs Rule of Proprietary Bubble>Logical Implementation, and Cross Platform Integration with a semblance of open-source access. Thank goodness for the Lightrooms, Airmails and Fantasticals to help magnify some extremely useful unused options. I fear Apple's eventual goal is to make all their devices IOS based dummy machines. Before I end this rant, please understand that I am an Apple II owning, Newton cheerleading, bleeding Bondi Blue, Apple Lover. I just think they're a bit confusing right now, and in need of a mock-turtleneck cohesive vision. I swear I get out of the house... All that being said, Google is creepy enough to know what we are referring to when searching these bland titles, and adding "Apple" to each product will surely land you in an Apple Support page full of equally useless chatter like that which I've bored you with thus far. -A "Tell your parents you love them while you can, stand up when a lady leaves and returns while dining, and just don't suck" - Me "Nuke the whales" - David Lee Roth
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Agree 100% Microsoft's model is more of a family sharing type thing, and we don't expect Adobe to allow us to invite other people, but we should be allowed a similar model. Microsoft Gives You: 5 mac installs 5 pc installs 5 smartphone 5 tablet 5 cloud drives and a bunch of other stuff. If Adobe did something like 3 computers of any kind, 1 phone and 2 tablets, I would be satisfied. It is simply no longer uncommon to have 3 computers. 1 supercomputer desktop at work, a home iMac or family computer and a laptop. This should be the standard. Please Adobe. If you can't do the above, at least make it easy to log out where and when we want.
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