The link I gave you in your other post specifically states you can download any of the CS6 applications (Dreamweaver being one of them) to use for 30 days, free of charge.
I'm not sure what else you would be looking for.
I apologize. Perhaps it is my lack of knowledge of the Adobe terminology for all this.
It looked to me like I had to free trial Creative Cloud, which is a monthly charge eventually that I’m not interested in.
I’ll give that a try.
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It is, but all of the software is usable for that 30 days.
If you decided to purchase DWCS6, you would just enter the license info into the program to get it out of trial mode and then get rid of the Creative Cloud application if you get the perpetual license version of DW.
For what it's worth, all of the applications available through the Creative Cloud are downloaded and installed on your local machine, they are not actually "on the cloud".
Jon, If you followed that link, yourself, you would find it reroutes to CC. The CS6 is no longer available. So, if you are running XP, you're out of luck.