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30-Day Free Trial of Adobe CS5

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CS5 was released today (30/04/2010), and here you can get Illustrator, Photoshop, Flash Professional, Fireworks, InDesign, Premier Pro and Dreamweaver CS5 for 30-days (fully featured) for free. I k…
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
CS5 was released today (30/04/2010), and here you can get Illustrator, Photoshop, Flash Professional, Fireworks, InDesign, Premier Pro and Dreamweaver CS5 for 30-days (fully featured) for free.

I know it's only a demo, but for a £500+ bit of kit, 1 month free isn't too bad!
Love the new Photoshop CS5 and content-aware fill.

For both Mac and Windows.
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#1
Thanks - There's also fireworks CS5
#2
jezjones
Thanks - There's also fireworks CS5


You're right, thanks!
banned#3
I downloaded this this morning, however I am having trouble whilst installing, my pc just goes into sleep mode. I tried installing again and the same thing happens. Have no Idea what the problem is, but I'm sure it's not the product maybe something on my end. Just want to install it with no problems so I can start using some of the great new features on this.
#4
Not really worth it for just 30 days
#5
Dr4gOnsFuRy
I downloaded this this morning, however I am having trouble whilst installing, my pc just goes into sleep mode. I tried installing again and the same thing happens. Have no Idea what the problem is, but I'm sure it's not the product maybe something on my end. Just want to install it with no problems so I can start using some of the great new features on this.


What OS do you use and what computer?
banned#6
cambookpro
What OS do you use and what computer?


Windows Xp Service Pack 3, Compaq AMD Athlon. I've had no problems installing the other versions before CS5.
#7
Dr4gOnsFuRy
Windows Xp Service Pack 3, Compaq AMD Athlon. I've had no problems installing the other versions before CS5.


Sorry, not that clued up about Windows lol. Tried Adobe support?
#8
Its been available on torrent sites for weeks :thumbsup:
banned#9
striker33
Its been available on torrent sites for weeks :thumbsup:

That would be the Portable version which has limitations, and the remaining torrents would be fakes.

cambookpro
Sorry, not that clued up about Windows lol. Tried Adobe support?

No haven't tried that, I think it's something to do with my computer as it recently done the same thing with another installer :-( I'll sort that out though.
#10
Dr4gOnsFuRy;8501492
Windows Xp Service Pack 3, Compaq AMD Athlon. I've had no problems installing the other versions before CS5.

you sure its powerful enough
#11
Adobe site states that 64bit system needed to run cs5 programmes
#12
Had the Master Collection for a few weeks now, mainly using Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator. Photoshop has a genius new 'content aware fill' feature that is mind blowing. To be honest though, not sure why this is posted here as those that need it wont bother with a 30-day trial, those that use it will either HAVE to pay through work or 'obtain' elsewhere for own use and in any case will be aware of the release due to the hype. A trial doesnt serve too much purpose, we all know what it does and how well it does it at that.


Not intended as a dig in anyway, just slightly perplexed as to the market for a trail here. Similar to the Autodesk topic that was posted last week.


@Dr4gOnsFuRy - if you have previous versions already installed, you may have to remove ALL traces, registry included of any Adobe program to be able to install the latest version. Easier said than done.
#13
omg another version.... adobe bring out these like the plague and expect a hefty price
#14
I think almost all of the software companies gives a trial version of the softwares for free use. Do all these softwares deserves a thread under freebies?
#15
I actually paid £260 for the update from CS4 and wished I hadn't as CS5 REMOVED the GPU acceleration on my 4850 like it has for MANY others.
#16
COLD!

Adonbe always have 30 day trials. Nothing new
#17
^ Absolutely. Someone's going to start thread for MS Office 2010 with 60 days trail now.

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