I am trying to instal Acrobat Pro on my MacBook 14" M1 processor in Windows 10 running in Parallels.
I have Adobe Creative cloud installed (after much effort with security certificates etc.)
I am getting the message: "Acrobat DC is not yet available for your device".
Yours is an ARM Windows system - most Adobe apps won't run. But Acrobat SHOULD run, see Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader ARM processor support on Windows so long as it is the very latest version (subscription, not perpetual license).
I do not see how to work this out with windows 11. Parallels no longer allows Windows 10 to be installed in M1,M2 chip environments
Many windows based apps use acrobat and cannot recognize switching OS to pull up acrobat from the Mac side.
Same problem. Installation of Adobe Acrobat Standard (subscription) does end in error 405 (MacBook Pro with Apple M1 chip) on a "Parallels" shell (1.8.0) with Windows 11 Pro. Frustrating ....
Interestingly "Installation of Adobe Acrobat Reader" is possible.
Any ideas ?