In the past a certain range of older versions of Photoshop were free to download on the Adobe website, the only problem was they required Adobe Flash to run. Most of the newer versions have the free version installed now but this does not mean it is free of charge.
There was also a limit on free versions of Photoshop though this is now lifted.
What about Windows XP?
There was a limit on Photoshop versions installed and it was lifted on June 23rd 2009 at which point Windows XP started to upgrade without issues.
Why is this not part of Adobe’s “Software License Agreement”
We often hear of people who are not happy about the way Adobe is selling their software. That is understandable because Adobe is not always the easiest company to sell software to. They can be quite intimidating, they do not always offer the latest versions of software and have been known to not be up to date regarding the latest tools. I do not feel this applies to Windows XP, however. Adobe has always assured us it would be supported for that OS and that it provides the best support for that OS.
If I uninstall all my third party software, will I need to reinstall my own tools?
No, you can uninstall multiple packages of software before updating to your latest version of Photoshop, just the latest version will not be automatically downloaded. You will have to manually uninstall the old versions of your programs before upgrading.
Will this affect all third party programs?
Unfortunately this is the only case I will be referring to but in my experience in the past when this issue had arisen Adobe had a very good solution to deal with it. If a user had only had to install only one of their favorite programs they were usually advised to uninstall the remaining applications (which would normally include more than just Photoshop). But on Windows XP a user would have to uninstall all Adobe programs (other than Photoshop) and install only one of the latest versions of Photoshop. For those who simply had to reinstall Photoshop, they would be advised to keep using Photoshop to the fullest possible extent before updating to the newer version as the older version cannot be uninstalled using software. If you are upgrading and would like some pointers on how to do this, then I would recommend checking my blog.
Is there not a third party program that can be used to uninstall Adobe Photoshop?
There are many programs, including all commercial products, that can be useful in removing Adobe Photoshop. We have seen it used by users to remove
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