I am from Germany, the third-world country of the internet.
I get up to 200 KB/s (kilobits, not kilobytes) and have a traffic-limit of 10GB a month.
Is there any other way to get this applications than downloading them on my computer?
I would even agree to pay for it if you could send me the applications via parcel.
Or is there a way to download them on another computer (with a much faster internet),
save them on a portable harddisk and install them on my computer?
You can convert trial installations of most CS6 products to be included as part of your Creative Cloud Membership (except Lightroom). You could download and save copies of the trial installers to transfer to them to the computer with the slow Internet to install.
Its not possible to order installation media for Creative Cloud Membership due to licensing restrictions.
Hope that helps,
Thank you for your answer.
How do I convert a trial installation to be included? I tried it with Adobe Acrobat X Pro. I installed the trial version and registered it with my adobe ID and password.
But in the Adobe Application Manager the software is not installed and when I start Acrobat, I still have to enter a serial number or continue trial.
In addition, I wanted to download Flash Professional, but the only option for download that I found was t use the download-manager, wich automatically starts the installation
I guess, I have to carry my computer to my friend (with the faster internet connection) and install them there.
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