I just recently (yesterday) became a member of the creative cloud. Now I am aware that my subscription (full individiual subscription) allows me to use Photoshop CS6 Extended. The problem is it's not.
I previsouly had Photoshop CS6 Standard installed (my suspiscion why it's not working properly) removed it and downloaded Photoshop via Application Manager, but it's still not the Extended version.
Also is there a way to keep the downloads because I'm constantly using photoshop at work (one of my main tools) and having to uninstalling and redownloading (which seems to take forever) is not the best solution.
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
Thanks a lot in advance! Would really love to start playing with the 3D options
Open Photoshop >>> Go to Help and Select Deactivate
After deactivating it, launch PS and then sign in using Adobe ID and password on which you bought Creative cloud subscription.
Then your PS should have Extended features.
Regarding the downloads : you can download trial for PS from adobe.com and you can use the same download for your other machines, you just have to serialize using your Adobe ID while installing .
Single App PS CS 6 subscription is Standard version only. It does not have Extended features.
Once CC apps are available later this month, then PS will no longer be divided in two groups.
Every PS will behave as Extended.