Back in 2013 when Adobe announced that all new Creative Suite releases would be done under the Creative Cloud banner as subscription only, they threw a bone at those who insisted on "owning" their software by continuing to offer CS6 as a perpetually licensed version. At the time they stated that it would be offered indefinitely [...]
The 2014 release of Adobe's Creative Cloud applications is coming. Here's what you need to know about.
Installing 32 bit applications when 64 bit versions are available is a waste of drive space. Windows users need a way to choose what they want and need.
Let me start out by saying that I intentionally waited a few days before writing this post. There’s an awful lot of people typing with emotion instead of thought and I didn’t want to get too caught up in that. I’ve done a lot of reading and admittedly a little head scratching because of it. Frankly [...]
The inevitable end of boxed software sales for Creative Suite is coming. What it does and doesn't mean.
Update: This offer has been extended until April 7! I haven’t exactly been shy about my support for Adobe’s Creative Cloud. I consider it a no-brainer for any creative professional because there’s just no way to duplicate what you’re receiving on a subscription basis by purchasing perpetual licenses every year. And now, until March 11, if [...]
It's no secret that Adobe wants us all to rent instead of buy. What might they do to get that to happen?