What are the Mac Creative Cloud System Requirements?
At the moment, I have a 2009 Mac mini 2.0 Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz; 1GB DDR2-667 RAM; 120GB Hard Drive; Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950; 10/100/1000 Network; Mac OS X v10.4
Will I be able to use Creative Cloud with my computer?
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Adobe Technical Support Phone support team:800-833-6687.
This is from Adobe's web site.
Adobe Creative Cloud membership provides access to all CS6 desktop apps for download and installation on your local computer, as well as additional apps and online services. Desktop applications included with your membership are available in both Mac OS and Windows® versions. The Creative Cloud website is designed to work optimally in the latest versions of Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. The site should degrade gracefully on older browsers; you may have trouble using certain features on those older versions. Internet Explorer 8 and earlier are not supported.
Refer to the following tech specs pages for a complete list of system requirements for each product.
Adobe Acrobat® XI Pro
Adobe After Effects® CS6
Adobe Audition® CS6
Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition
Adobe Dreamweaver® CS6
Adobe Edge Animate
Adobe Edge Code preview
Adobe Edge Inspect
Adobe Edge Reflow (sneak)
Adobe Edge Web Fonts
Adobe Fireworks® CS6
Adobe Flash® Builder® 4.7 Premium Edition
Adobe Flash Professional CS6
Adobe Illustrator® CS6
Adobe InDesign® CS6
Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
Adobe Prelude™ CS6
Adobe Premiere® Pro CS6
Adobe SpeedGrade™ CS6
Note that a broadband Internet connection is required.
The following are requirements for the Adobe Creative Suite 6 applications:
Mac OS: Multicore Intel® processor with 64-bit support, Mac OS X v10.6.8 or 10.7, 4GB of RAM, 10.5GB of hard-disk space.
Note that Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash Builder, Flash Professional, and InDesign do not require 64-bit support.
You can see the System Requirements here.
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Thank you both, I was able to upgrade my system, and am currently trying out trial versions. I gotta say I kinda like the plan-temporarily, but am unsure why as a designer I would really capitalize on this. Being old school, the idea of paying a monthly fee to use software, when I can buy the suite and keep it is a bit disturbing o me. Now I've heard others are trying to follow suit(microsoft). This is the age of pay per use, I guess. I know they say that you will benefit by having full access to all the upgrades, etc. but I really like the option of buying a product and "owning" it. I guess it's personal preference and no different than the age old question do you buy or lease a car?
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