If you are one of the over one million people who enjoyed the Photoshop CS6 beta, we’ve got a tip for you as you move to the full version of Photoshop. You must uninstall the Photoshop CS6 beta prior to installing the final version of Photoshop CS6, a CS6 Suite, or apps utilizing the Creative Cloud.
IMPORTANT: Use the Photoshop CS6 uninstaller. Do *not* manually drag the Photoshop application folder to trash.
Note: The Photoshop CS6 beta will expire at the end May.
During the install of Photoshop CS6, you will be asked to be online and use your Adobe ID to activate your software. ID’s are everywhere these days and I’m sure many already have log-ins for Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, iTunes, etc. which bring a level of security and personalization to an account.
Not only does this activate your software, but it also ensures the following:
You will only be asked to do this once, when you install your product. If you’re not online at the time of install, you will have 7 days to go online and complete this process.
If you need help creating your Adobe ID, please consult the following documents for assistance:
Another option, is a live chat with an agent who will answer any questions you may have about your Adobe ID or product activation:
Download the Adobe Camera Raw 7.1 release candidate for the latest camera support in Photoshop CS6.
List of new cameras supported by Camera Raw 7.1 and the Adobe DNG Converter 7.1:
Most importantly, here are some great learning resources to help you start unleashing your creativity using all the great new tools in Photoshop CS6:
Hope these tips help you quickly get started using Photoshop CS6. Order Photoshop today and begin exploring what’s new!
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