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abdi ali
abdi ali
1,966 Points

Could you detail how to install Photoshop's free trial? I'm having a bit of trouble. I'm running mac

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3 Answers

Hi abdi I've Mac too :)

Here is the steps to install free trial adobe photoshop.

  1. Sign up for adobe id here it's free.
  2. Download adobe creative cloud here free as well.
  3. Install it and sign into it.
  4. Go to apps and click on the try button for each adobe product you would like to install, usually the photoshop is the first in the linst

  5. Enjoy :)

Hope these step will help you, Let us know if you have any questions.

Paula Mourad
Paula Mourad
5,154 Points

Hi Abdi!

Husam explained it very well here above! You can also just check adobe's website and download it from there: www.adobe.com

Good luck!

John Grillo
John Grillo
30,216 Points

Hussam did a good job. I'd try some of my resources about non-adobe things you can use. But first, a PSA for giggles.

http://channeleye.co.uk/adobe-spies-on-epub-users/ http://the-digital-reader.com/2014/10/06/adobe-spying-users-collecting-data-ebook-libraries/#.VDM5WBYXK-d

Adobe CC reads everything a user is doing in their screen, reports it to heir HQ as plaintext. They also sell your info to make money off of those sweet, sweet spam lists. don't believe me? Make your own domain name when you buy webhosting, register adobe products to it or use an old education address. Watch the spam flow in.

Update Timeline [from 2nd article--full links in article]

Ars Technica independently confirms many details.  [http://arstechnica.com/security/2014/10/adobes-e-book-reader-sends-your-reading-logs-back-to-adobe-in-plain-text/]
A second confirmation comes in from Liza Daly of Safari Books.[  https://twitter.com/liza/status/519491816274817024  ]
Adobe responds.  [http://the-digital-reader.com/2014/10/07/adobe-responds-reports-spying-half-truths-misleading-statements/]
Digital Editions 4.0.1 is released, and does not spy on users. ]http://the-digital-reader.com/2014/10/23/adobe-updates-digital-edition-stops-sharing-user-info-internet/]
The EFF confirms all of my initial report. [https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2014/10/what-we-can-learn-adobe-e-reader-mess]

Why am I posting this? Because people have a right to know. Adobe's tools are wonderful, but free software that does similar things also exist. And in accordance with Stallman's Free Software principles, it produces uneven power or a yoke over it's users. Take a look at the Free software foundation. Good stuff, mate. [ direct software directory link. https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Main_Page ]

in the meantime, if you must have a photo editor tool, CS6 does not have the problems that CC does. I use my library and college for those tools, mainly, but there are alternatives. GIMP is one. http://www.gimp.org/downloads/

Coral Draw is an alternative to Adobe Illustrator. http://www.corel.com/servlet/Satellite/us/en/Product/1191272117978#tabview=tab0

There are many others. http://www.onextrapixel.com/2011/03/15/10-best-alternatives-to-adobe-illustrator/

http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/11-free-alternatives-softwares-to-adobe-photoshop/