Romshina, I do not think it is an issue of system requirements. My system meets the requirements for running CC.
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Hi Rhubarb Pie,
With the new CC apps, most of the pro video and audio applications now require 64-bit operating systems to run. These native 64-bit applications include Adobe Premiere® Pro CC, Adobe Audition® CC, After Effects® CC, Prelude® CC, and SpeedGrade® CC. Flash Professional CC, Photoshop CC and Lightroom® also require 64-bit on Mac OS.
By optimizing code for 64-bit operating systems, Adobe is able to deliver the performance gains that creative professionals require. Most of Adobe's pro video applications now require a 64-bit operating system, but the majority of video professionals have already transitioned to 64-bit capable systems, such as Mac OS X v10.7 (Lion) or v10.8 (Mountain Lion), or 64-bit versions of Microsoft® Windows® 7 or Windows 8. Because 64-bit operating systems offer superior performance, current and future releases of most of the Adobe professional video and audio applications will not support 32-bit operating systems.
To be clear, the answer you're providing is: NO, I cannot run CC (more specifically, Photoshop CC) in 32 bit mode?
If so, do you have any insight into why it is that a scanner manufacturer such as Epson does not offer ANY products that are for 64 bit systems?
It is very frustrating to me that I can't scan directly into Photoshop like I'm used to. It's going to slo down my workflow.