I’ve just uninstalled Adobe Creative Suite (CS) from my computer. After much poking around I’ve reached the point where I no longer need any of the CS software to do my job – the replacements and alternatives are more than capable for what I want and need to do. In most cases, they’re far better than the appropriate CS tool.
I must be one of a very small minority of CS users who paid for the software. It’s more than slightly ironic I won’t be using it any longer, though.
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Comments on this post (2)
Are you perchance going to sell your Adobe CS – is it for intel Mac?
— Carole Langridge-Barker, 12:19pm on Wed, Feb 08 '12
Nope, not on this occasion – partly because there’s not much resale value in it, but also because Sod’s Law dictates that as soon as I sell it, a client will come along with a very specific need and I’ll have to re-buy it. So, it’s being bookshelf’d so I can snag it if I need it.
— Pete, 8:25pm on Wed, Feb 08 '12
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