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You may not want Photoshop anyway. All the newest versions of Adobe software are now cloud based. If you don't have an internet connection at the time you try using them, they will not work. It's one reason I've been looking for a replacement for Acrobat Standard. My current version is Acrobat 11 which will reach its EOL in 11/2017. It's replacement is Acrobat Standard 12 which is cloud based. I do not want to run up my internet usage when working on PDFs (not to mention I won't always have an internet connection available) and it's none of Acrobat's darned business what kind of work I'm doing, even though I'm not doing anything immoral or illegal (not so sure about fattening).

Adobe subscription can run 90 days without the call home working because of no internet connections. If it doesn't succeed on the two weeks schedule test time, it will try to connect every day until it can for 90 days. Once it can't, it will stop. It also warns you, so its not like it stops dead all of a sudden.
All it does is check license and warns if there are updates.

Also "run up my internet usage"? It just sends a few Ks for subscription test and update checks at most. Unless you download updates or explicitly upload something to the cloud, it barely uses any of your internet connection. At least for me. Not sure about "what kind of work" you are referring to. They have explicitly said that they are not tracking whatever you are doing in your files and are not checking what you are uploading unless you also used it under publishing through their service.

I have photoshop and lightroom and I'm syncing settings, profiles (I have explicitly done so, and I unless I had, it doesn't sync) so I can run the same settings consistently between my two computers (laptop and desktop) and my tablet for portfolio show casing. So far in the last week, it used 5MB total because of the syncs for the last week. I also had a small lightroom update downloaded, which was 13MB.
Considering the fact that I'm using more browser internet bandwidth than that, it really is peanuts in terms of internet usage.

Overall your post sounds more of a "I'll wear my tin hat and save myself from adobe" than actually makes sense, sorry.
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And what logic are you talking about? There is a lot of software that has no Linux alternative, such as Photoshop. Gimp is a possible alternative but it's not nearly as powerful as Photoshop (I use Gimp).

Chicken and the egg. There is no photoshop for linux because linux is a too small market to worth their time migrating everything to linux. Linux for the photoshop users market will not exist because there is no photoshop for linux.

Also, have any small issue with your free linux install and try to call support for someone to help you and explain to you navigating through menus or options or fix a strange network not connecting etc. Good luck with that. Talking about support like there is actually one for dump users for linux.... seriously kookoo.gif

Considered I've never called M$py for any reason it doesn't bother me there's no phone support for Linux. I find looking on forums a far better way of resolving problems than asking some random person, who knows nothing about my PC, for help over the phone. As for Linux, there are uncountable posts explaining how to troubleshoot the OS (exact same thing as Windows) and if you can't find what you're looking for you have these very forums.

 

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And what logic are you talking about? There is a lot of software that has no Linux alternative, such as Photoshop. Gimp is a possible alternative but it's not nearly as powerful as Photoshop (I use Gimp).

Chicken and the egg. There is no photoshop for linux because linux is a too small market to worth their time migrating everything to linux. Linux for the photoshop users market will not exist because there is no photoshop for linux.

Also, have any small issue with your free linux install and try to call support for someone to help you and explain to you navigating through menus or options or fix a strange network not connecting etc. Good luck with that. Talking about support like there is actually one for dump users for linux.... seriously kookoo.gif

You may not want Photoshop anyway. All the newest versions of Adobe software are now cloud based. If you don't have an internet connection at the time you try using them, they will not work. It's one reason I've been looking for a replacement for Acrobat Standard. My current version is Acrobat 11 which will reach its EOL in 11/2017. It's replacement is Acrobat Standard 12 which is cloud based. I do not want to run up my internet usage when working on PDFs (not to mention I won't always have an internet connection available) and it's none of Acrobat's darned business what kind of work I'm doing, even though I'm not doing anything immoral or illegal (not so sure about fattening).

I refuse to use Adobe's cloud based nonsense. What I work on is mine and mine alone, I don't want some third rate fool to have my work, no matter how mundane it is.

 

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You may not want Photoshop anyway. All the newest versions of Adobe software are now cloud based. If you don't have an internet connection at the time you try using them, they will not work. It's one reason I've been looking for a replacement for Acrobat Standard. My current version is Acrobat 11 which will reach its EOL in 11/2017. It's replacement is Acrobat Standard 12 which is cloud based. I do not want to run up my internet usage when working on PDFs (not to mention I won't always have an internet connection available) and it's none of Acrobat's darned business what kind of work I'm doing, even though I'm not doing anything immoral or illegal (not so sure about fattening).

Adobe subscription can run 90 days without the call home working because of no internet connections. If it doesn't succeed on the two weeks schedule test time, it will try to connect every day until it can for 90 days. Once it can't, it will stop. It also warns you, so its not like it stops dead all of a sudden.
All it does is check license and warns if there are updates.

Also "run up my internet usage"? It just sends a few Ks for subscription test and update checks at most. Unless you download updates or explicitly upload something to the cloud, it barely uses any of your internet connection. At least for me. Not sure about "what kind of work" you are referring to. They have explicitly said that they are not tracking whatever you are doing in your files and are not checking what you are uploading unless you also used it under publishing through their service.

I have photoshop and lightroom and I'm syncing settings, profiles (I have explicitly done so, and I unless I had, it doesn't sync) so I can run the same settings consistently between my two computers (laptop and desktop) and my tablet for portfolio show casing. So far in the last week, it used 5MB total because of the syncs for the last week. I also had a small lightroom update downloaded, which was 13MB.
Considering the fact that I'm using more browser internet bandwidth than that, it really is peanuts in terms of internet usage.

Overall your post sounds more of a "I'll wear my tin hat and save myself from adobe" than actually makes sense, sorry.

Remember the time when you had control over your OS and software, and thus PC? I do and I want to retain it. Your vision of the future is a boot stamping on a human face, forever, not ours.


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You may not want Photoshop anyway. All the newest versions of Adobe software are now cloud based. If you don't have an internet connection at the time you try using them, they will not work. It's one reason I've been looking for a replacement for Acrobat Standard. My current version is Acrobat 11 which will reach its EOL in 11/2017. It's replacement is Acrobat Standard 12 which is cloud based. I do not want to run up my internet usage when working on PDFs (not to mention I won't always have an internet connection available) and it's none of Acrobat's darned business what kind of work I'm doing, even though I'm not doing anything immoral or illegal (not so sure about fattening).

Adobe subscription can run 90 days without the call home working because of no internet connections. If it doesn't succeed on the two weeks schedule test time, it will try to connect every day until it can for 90 days. Once it can't, it will stop. It also warns you, so its not like it stops dead all of a sudden.
All it does is check license and warns if there are updates.

Also "run up my internet usage"? It just sends a few Ks for subscription test and update checks at most. Unless you download updates or explicitly upload something to the cloud, it barely uses any of your internet connection. At least for me. Not sure about "what kind of work" you are referring to. They have explicitly said that they are not tracking whatever you are doing in your files and are not checking what you are uploading unless you also used it under publishing through their service.

I have photoshop and lightroom and I'm syncing settings, profiles (I have explicitly done so, and I unless I had, it doesn't sync) so I can run the same settings consistently between my two computers (laptop and desktop) and my tablet for portfolio show casing. So far in the last week, it used 5MB total because of the syncs for the last week. I also had a small lightroom update downloaded, which was 13MB.
Considering the fact that I'm using more browser internet bandwidth than that, it really is peanuts in terms of internet usage.

Overall your post sounds more of a "I'll wear my tin hat and save myself from adobe" than actually makes sense, sorry.

My only experience with Adobe is Adobe Acrobat Standard so it may be different from Photoshop (I don't use Photoshop). User reviews I've read about Acrobat Standard DC (12) have been pretty dismal for the most part with negative reviews including a childish UI, slow response time, and not being able to use it unless signed in online (I see the latter the most; no tinfoil hat here).

I'm not always going to have an internet connection with a high bandwidth cap so even just a few MB per month more usage could be a problem.

I've been using Acrobat Standard since version 8 and I've always been able to use my license on two machines: my desktop and one of my notebooks (the one I use when traveling). The perpetual upgrade license for DC is only slightly higher than what I have paid in the past but now it's limited to only one machine per license, effectively doubling the cost for me. Despite what Adobe claims, the subscription price is actually higher if one hasn't been upgrading until their current version reaches EOL.

Another factor for me is I will be switching to Linux by the time Win 7 reaches its EOL. Adobe doesn't make anything for Linux. I looking into replacements that will run in both Windows and in Linux so I don't have a sudden learning curve to deal with when I make the switch.
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Lolled hard at your poast.

Why use Win Spy? Support will end at some point and you just might as well not use it.

If by gaming you mean the DX11 titles that are made with a few features of DX12 patched in afterwards you're right, Win Spy is an absolute must.

And what logic are you talking about? There is a lot of software that has no Linux alternative, such as Photoshop. Gimp is a possible alternative but it's not nearly as powerful as Photoshop (I use Gimp).

Gimp, gimp, gimp....sure a lot of folks that don't know about the sweet program called Krita. rolleyes.gif

Funny thing, it straight up feels like photoshop, but not tied to Windows.

Other nice thing, my Wacom tablets work nicely in Linux. If I had the room I resetup my huge Cintiq 24HD.

Plus, I have not touch Photoshop since they gone cloud base. I don't really like anything that requires a constant internet connection. A satellite connection with a 20GB cap just don't play nice with such.
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Gimp, gimp, gimp....sure a lot of folks that don't know about the sweet program called Krita. rolleyes.gif

Funny thing, it straight up feels like photoshop, but not tied to Windows.

Other nice thing, my Wacom tablets work nicely in Linux. If I had the room I resetup my huge Cintiq 24HD.

Plus, I have not touch Photoshop since they gone cloud base. I don't really like anything that requires a constant internet connection. A satellite connection with a 20GB cap just don't play nice with such.
I have a 15GB cap my self. Every bit you dont use on some stupid "phone home" connection is a bit saved for something important.
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Well, that seals the deal for me. I'm never, repeat NEVER installing Windows 10. The profanity I could use right now to express how this makes me feel would probably get me banned from here.

Y'know, I was honestly considering trying it out yesterday - but not anymore. This is the last straw. My camel's back is now broken and I'm just walking away. Forget Microsoft. Windows 10 looks to me like it would irritate the living hell out of me every day - and I live at my computer. So, I can't have that.


They do this kind of for the purpose of convenience for users, but it is actually only for this that to each can be controlled. I have now been using Windows 10 and yet I have enough patience wink.gif))
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I have a 15GB cap my self. Every bit you dont use on some stupid "phone home" connection is a bit saved for something important.

Yep. At least the one good thing is website browsing and email don't count to my cap. Only streaming and downloading. I tend to like to save as much of my cap for downloads.

W10 can go what ever way they want. After support for W7 is gone. My last Windows machine will move to Linux (All my other rigs are already on Linux).
 
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Wonder if a class action suit is possible? The ARE using our bandwidth without our consent. They're removing the ability to disable our choice to remove bandwidth hogging ads and apps....

I'm gonna look into it.
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Wonder if a class action suit is possible? The ARE using our bandwidth without our consent. They're removing the ability to disable our choice to remove bandwidth hogging ads and apps....

I'm gonna look into it.

tbh ads should also be regulated, whether the user agrees to seeing them or not.
i mean, when did they have the right to stuff our face full of ads?
Edited by epic1337 - 8/8/16 at 5:52pm
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Meh, saw this coming a mile away and the apologists remained/remain blind.

This is not the end, but the beginning of the free (for now) of free will "service".

My next OS on a new build (whenever that will be) will be for pure gaming and it won't be from M$.
 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i5-3570K @ 4.6GHz ASRock Z77E-ITX mITX  Sapphire HD 7990 @ 1090MHz/1600MHz G.SKILL Ripjaws 2X4GB DDR3-1600 @ 1866MHz 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Crucial SSD 128GB mSATA SATA III 6GB  Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 1TB SATA II 32MB 7200RPM LG DVD R/W SATA with LightScribe Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H100 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win 7 Professional x64bit Samsung 52" 1080p 60Hz LCD Logitech Wireless K330 Corsair AX850 Gold Fully Modular 
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BitFenix Prodigy Mini-ATX Black  Logitech Wireless M215 Corsair Vengeance MM200 Yamaha RX-V681 & PSB/Polk Audio 5.1 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Athlon II X4 640 ASRock N68C-GS NVIDIA 6600GT G. Skill Ripjaws DDR3 1600MHz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
WD Caviar Blue 500GB 16MB Cache 7200RPM LG Optical Drive Thermaltake Max Orb Windows 7 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Viewsonic 19” Flatscreen CRT Gigabyte GK-K6800 103  Thermaltake TR2 600W Cigar Boxes 
MouseMouse Pad
Zalman ZM-M300 Corsair Vengeance MM200 
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