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    Default Adobe CC2017

    Hi Guys

    I have a question ever since I can remember I've had a copy of adobe's full package but usually pirated the last one being CS6.

    However in January 2017 adobe announced they were discontinuing CS6. Then I saw CS6 full package with licence £50 legitimate. I therefore uninstalled my cracked copy for this so called legit copy

    However this proved to be a download with a crack. So I got completely screwed over lol. Fed up with cracked copy scenario I looked at Creative Cloud membership but I don't use the software commercially, just on my pictures. Therefore justifying the cost is hard

    I therefore ask is monthly rental of software the way to go

    One app from adobe = £17.99 a month or £45 a month for everything unless you're a student/teacher in which case you can have everything for £15.99 a month

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    Default Re: Adobe CC2017

    Yes it is the way to go if your serious about using Adobe products. If you just want Photoshop (and Lightroom) then the 'Creative Cloud Photography plan' is £10.10 per month.

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Default Re: Adobe CC2017

    OR, just download the trial direct from Adobe & use the "magic" .dll to turn it into the full version (No CC)

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    Default Re: Adobe CC2017

    Latest version of Adobe CC software is always found in the usual places..
    Granted you don't automatically get the new updates so it means you have to reinstall every few months if you are bothered.

    Cracks now emulate the CC on your local machine.

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    Default Re: Adobe CC2017

    Quote Originally Posted by josweet View Post
    OR, just download the trial direct from Adobe & use the "magic" .dll to turn it into the full version (No CC)

    Hi josweet I use a Mac, so the cracks for Macs (eh I'm a poet and didn't know it) are limited. Certainly going to look at MHP's recommendation. Especially as CC is available on flea bay but @ £45 an app you might as well buy a monthly subscription, particularly if your going to buy two or more. My son has just gone to uni and is there for the next 3 years. So effectively I could get everything for £16 per month

    but will have a look at piggy's suggestion as well

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    Default Re: Adobe CC2017

    The £16 per month is for the first year, it then goes to £21 a month, that's what mine is on, as I got a teacher i know to sign up. It allows you to install on 2 devices as well and its the full suite. So if you know someone else who wants it and go halves will work out at £8 a month.

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    Default Re: Adobe CC2017

    Forgot to add, the Creative Cloud Photography plan allows you to install Photoshop on 2 devices.

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