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Will Windows 7 Run Adobe Applications like Photoshop and Creative Suites?

Will Windows 7 Run Adobe Applications like Photoshop and Creative Suites?

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Will Adobe Photoshop and Creative Suites work with Microsoft Windows 7? Adobe has published a Tech Note on running Photoshop and Creative Suites under Windows 7.

The latest Adobe Photoshop CS5 News:

Adobe has tested Adobe Creative Suite 4 and Adobe Creative Suite 3 with Microsoft Windows 7. Although Creative Suite products and components prior to CS3 may perform as expected, there might be issues that might affect the installation or use of your Creative Suite product.

The Tech Note is, well, involved reading.

These links will take you to the specific sections of the same page. Have a Happy upgrade! ;>}

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  2 Responses to “Will Microsoft Windows 7 Run Adobe Apps Photoshop Creative Suites”

  1. Hi Ken,

    Since Windows 7 RC, the only issue I can observe is that oneone plugins did not run here. I don´t remember the message, I think something like “Cannot find onone library”, but CS4 was working perfectly.

    • Thanks for the feedback, Marcelo. The general buzz is that 7 is a usable OS. I hear more problems come from the upgrade process when people don’t do clean installs, but that’s an old problem with upgrades, not new to 7.

      Glad it’s working for you.

      Ken

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