Adobe’s fifth-gen CS family sports new features and new apps but with single-app upgrades from $340 and full packages costing from $1,000 to $4,300, will you step up or stay put?
on 04/12/2010 – Made popular on 04/12/2010
I'm pretty highly invested in the Adobe Family of programs. Im using a GTX 570 right now , but thats on the selling block and I'm thinking of the Geforce GTX 780 as my new card that should give me a serious boost in my adobe work and gaming. However is the difference between this and the 770, which seems super marked down worth it?
This short tutorial will guide you to install the Adobe Air 2.0.2 on Kubuntu 10.04. Adobe Air is very useful application to me. With this Adobe Air, we can get many nice and free applications that were built based on Adobe air platform.To install Adobe Air 2.0.2 follow these simple steps:1.
Adobe Systems announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Neolane, a conversational marketing company with annual revenue of just under $60 million. As we reported at the end of last month, the deal is worth $600 million in cash and adds a roster of new features to Adobe Marketing Cloud.
I’ve just installed the new CentOS 6 on my Windows 7 with VMware Workstation. After installation finished, next step is to install Adobe Reader on CentOS since I works with many PDF files. This tutorial will show you how to install the latest Adobe Reader 9.4.2 on CentOS 6. Adobe Reader 9.4.2 is a free [...]
hi... im a designer... dual boot user (xp-opensuse)... the only reason i dual boot is because of adobe indesign and illustrator... sometimes i use scribus and inkscape but sometimes i just have to use adobe apps... i just installed adobe air on my opensuse partition (after some tweaks...) and i was testing some air apps....
I know about adobe no longer being available on mobile devices but then i read in the forum where you can download archived adobe versions and that you can download browsers like firefox and be able to view flash required videos.
TransGaming, the company behind the Cedega program for running Windows games on Linux (as an alternative to using Wine or CodeWeaver's CrossOver Games) and Cider as the Mac equivalent, has just announced that Adobe is now licensing its SwiftShader Technology for the Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR.