Adobe Creative Cloud Updated, Brings Compatibility for Windows 8.1, 10
Adobe Creative Cloud finally gets support for Windows 8.1 in the latest release
Adobe Creative Cloud users have been looking for this moment for a few weeks now. The software has finally been updated to be compatible with Windows 8.1 in version Adobe Creative Cloud 126.96.36.199. Besides support for Windows 8.1, the software brings many new features, such as higher reliability for file and font synchronization and performance improvements in loading the Behance panel.
You can use Adobe Create Cloud to manage such products as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, AfterEffects and many others from anywhere you are in the world. The full release note of Adobe Creative Cloud with Windows 8.1 support is important as it brings many other features than the ones we’ve talked above. Here are some to take into consideration:
- Improved error handling in multiple areas when the sign in credential’s device token expires
- Windows 8.1 fix to properly restart Explorer after installing ACC
- Allow internet connection with Windows systems using a PAC file for automatic proxy configuration.
- Fixed translation problems in multiple languages by moving to newest Adobe Clean font.
The previous release was at the beginning of September but the launch of Windows 8.1 has made adobe rush with the update as many users were in need for the software to be compatible with Windows 8.1
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