Your Creative Cloud subscription gives you access to the latest versions of Adobe’s apps, but sometimes you want to use an older version of Photoshop, Illustrator, or Premiere for reasons of compatibility or simply personal preference. Here’s how to install older versions of Creative Cloud apps in macOS and Windows.
If you need to uninstall Adobe’s Creative Cloud on your Mac (as opposed to a single app within it), how do you do so? It’s not hard—there’s a built-in program for it! We’ll tell you how to access that, and heck, we’ll even tell you how to uninstall a single Adobe program if that’s what you’re looking for.
Adobe’s Creative Cloud installer puts a “Creative Cloud Files” entry in your Windows File Explorer sidebar whether you plan to use the feature or not. Even worse, there’s no way to remove it via Explorer or the Creative Cloud preferences. Here’s how you can get rid of this unwanted entry with a quick trip to the Windows Registry.
Apple now blocks users from running Adobe Flash Player if their version is out of date or has known security vulnerabilities. While most Mac users will do well to heed Apple’s warning, those who need to run older versions of Flash and are willing to accept the risks of doing so can manually circumvent Apple’s Flash block in OS X. Here’s how to do it.
Adobe Creative Cloud gives users immediate access to the latest versions of apps like Photoshop, InDesign, and Premiere Pro. But what if you want or need to run a previous version of these apps? Here’s how to install previous versions of apps with Adobe Creative Cloud.
Adobe on Tuesday issued a critical update to its Flash Player software to address a zero-day vulnerability that reportedly allowed hackers to completely take over a compromised system. All versions of Flash prior to the latest update are vulnerable, and Adobe urges all users to install the latest version as soon as possible.
News about Adobe’s security breach continues to get worse. With the hacked data now available online, security researchers estimate that the number of included customer records is a staggering 150 million, a huge increase from Adobe’s original estimate of 3 million.
Apple and Adobe have taken a big step in the name of online security by introducing a sandboxed implementation of Flash for Safari. Available for Safari users in OS X Mavericks, the change promises to bring better security and parity with Windows-based browsers.
Adobe late Thursday reported a significant security breach in the company’s servers. Hackers reportedly gained access to the user IDs and encrypted financial information of 2.9 million customers, and stole the company’s source code for several applications.
After previewing them in May, Adobe on Monday released the latest versions of its Creative line of applications. Now dubbed “Creative Cloud,” the update brings several major new features to key apps such as Photoshop and Premiere but, for the first time, they are only available as part of a Creative Cloud subscription. While a more detailed debate over Adobe’s shift to a completely subscription-based lineup has been held over the past few months, the reality is that customers who…