Adobe’s Creative Cloud is definitely a useful suite of professional-level graphics programs, but it’s also a highly manageable and flexible tool for keeping different versions of apps that you may need to complete projects. Today’s article is about the feature that’ll let you retain old versions of Photoshop, for example, when you install an update!
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.
When you open multiple images at the same time with Photoshop, the default behavior is to open each image in its own separate document. This is fine if you’ll be working on each image individually, but if you plan to combine the images into a single document, all Photoshop is doing is creating additional work for you to do. Instead, here’s how to open multiple images and have Photoshop import them as layers in a single document.
If you use File Explorer’s “Icon” view to see a preview of your files, you may notice that lots of files, such as PSDs, only display an icon. Here’s a free utility that gives Windows the ability to properly display these file previews.
Windows has a handy “Open With” option that lets users open an image file with an application other than the one set as the default for that file type, but this feature doesn’t work when multiple files are selected. One workaround is to use the “Edit” option, but this opens your images MS Paint. Thankfully, you can change which program is associated with the “Edit” option by modifying the Windows Registry. 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.
Despite all of the hate and bullying that is frequently associated with online communities in the media, it’s nice to remember from time to time that the Internet is also full of kind and caring individuals who want to help others. In the case of Reddit user thehatersalad, that desire to help is coupled with impressive technical skills. Thehatersalad is one of many users on Reddit, and its companion image service Imgur, who are putting their skills to work in…
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…
It’s time to welcome “Creative Cloud” and kick “Creative Suite” to the curb. Adobe announced Monday during its annual MAX conference that the company’s grand experiment in subscription software was a success, and that it will be moving its entire line of professional media tools to the subscription model this summer. The company first moved to a Cloud-based subscription model early last year, offering access to its entire Creative Suite line of software for a monthly subscription alongside traditional retail…