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Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Compatability

I am wondering if anyone has installed Windows 10 upgrade onto a computer where Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 or 6 is already installed and after doing so, were there any issues with Adobe Creative Suite?

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The best thing is to contact

Adobe and ask that question. I know that Adobe had pallned to make a Photoshop modern app so I'm not sure if that has been done yet.

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Contacting Adobe is questionable

The best answer to this is user experience. I am talking about a full program installed on a desktop PC computer. Adobe or Microsoft might say one thing, but actual user experience is the best. I use Creative Suite 5.5 almost daily and have to be sure that Windows 10 will work fine with it. My gut feeling is that when upgrading from Windows 7 to 10 there will be no issues, but before I do, I want to be sure.

Of course if one is using Creative Cloud, that is totally different as that is run from the Adobe servers and not your computer as such.

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There are always issues.

While I don't have any issues here, that doesn't mean other folk will not. Sadly I find most folk do not want to deal with a reinstall of an app that didn't make the leap or a driver that flunked out.

Since a thousand upgrades doesn't mean yours will be trouble free you always backup what you can't lose and have your apps ready to reinstall.

Any other method is wishful thinking by folks new to this.

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