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Northern San Diego Photography Collective Message Board › A Heads-up Regarding Changes in Adobe Photoshop Upgrading Policy

A Heads-up Regarding Changes in Adobe Photoshop Upgrading Policy

Andy K.
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San Marcos, CA
Post #: 219
Starting in 2012 with the release of Photoshop CS6, Adobe will only allow the upgrade price on immediate previous versions, e.g. CS5 to CS6. Up until now, one could upgrade from the three previous versions; not any more.

For those that still have versions older than CS5 and wish to continue upgrading, Adobe has "graciously" extended an extra discount on top of the upgrade price towards CS5, in order to stay current with Adobe's new upgrade policy. Quite frankly, those that own older copies than CS5 have been missing out on some incredible new and improved features. Even those that own CS4 will find it worth the price. Below is an article that goes into detail regarding this new Adobe ploy... er, um, incentive (?) to upgrade their products. shock crying angry

http://prodesigntools.com/last-chance-to-upgrade-adobe-cs2-cs3-cs4-to-cs5.html­

-Andy Kliss
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