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Getting Started with Photoshop CS5 : Checking for Updates and Patches

10/18/2011 6:15:17 PM
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As time passes, Photoshop—like any other program—will change. There are two types of changes to a program: updates and patches. Updates are improvements to a program such as a new feature, option, or command. Patches are software fixes for problems discovered after the public release of the program. The good news is that both updates and patches are free, and once downloaded, are self-installing. Adobe gives you two ways to check for changes. You can check manually by going to the Adobe web site, or automatically through the Adobe Updater. The Adobe Updater Preferences dialog box allows you to set update options for Photoshop and other installed Adobe products, such as Bridge. You can also set an option to have Adobe notify you of updates in the menu bar (New!).

Check for Updates Directly from the Internet

Open your Internet browser.

Go to the following Web address: www.adobe.com/downloads/updates/

Click the Product list arrow, and then click the Photoshop - Macintosh or Photoshop - Windows.

Click Go.

Any updates or patches appear in a list.

Based on your operating system, follow the onscreen instructions to download and install the software.

Important

Checking on your own requires a computer with a connection to the Internet. Since some of the updates can be rather large, it’s recommended you have high-speed access.

Check for Updates from the Photoshop Help Menu

Click the Help menu, and then click Updates.

Adobe checks your software with the latest available version and automatically updates it.

To manually check, click the Check For New Updates button.


To change preferences, click Preferences, select the update options you want, and then click Done.


Click Quit.

You can deactivate or activate Photoshop to use on another computer. You can use your serial number on only one computer at a time. If you’re moving from one computer to another, you can deactivate your serial number on one computer and then activate it another one. Click the Help menu, click Deactivate, click Suspend Activation (saves serial number) or Deactivate Permanently (removes serial number), and then click Done. To activate it, click the Help menu, click Activate, and then follow the instructions.

You can complete or update your Adobe ID profile.
An Adobe ID allows you to access Adobe online services. To complete or update your Adobe ID profiles, click the Help menu, click Complete/Update Adobe ID Profile, and then follow the online instructions.
 
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