Windows 10: Photoshop CS6 Compatibility

  1.    10 Dec 2014 #1

    Photoshop CS6 Compatibility

    Photoshop CS6 seems to function with the exception of printing when it stops working.

    Photoshop CS6 is fully functional on Windows 8.1; I can't see Windows 10 being so different to cause a problem, but obviously there's something different.
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  2.    11 Dec 2014 #2

    Hi there

    Try and re-install - PS CS6 works just fine -- even on latest W10 build 9879. I like CS6 as it's the last NON subscription model. BTW Camera RAW still updates with adobe update too.

    I print to either a network printer (wireless HP or an Epson 1290 attached to an XP Virtual machine -- no problem at all).

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