I've been a subscriber to Creative Cloud for a bit over a year, but after a lot of thinking have decided to end my subscription, purchase Photoshop CS6, and simply never move beyond CS6 until/if Adobe ends the nonsense of subscription only.
Because I was uncertain what I was going to do and I didn't want to end up with files that I couldn't use, I never let Creative Cloud update Photoshop past CS6 Extended. (I do not have Photoshop CC installed.)
I do have other Creative Cloud products installed that I will no longer have access to.
Note that while I have Photoshop CS6 Extended installed, I only puchased Photoshop CS6 (not extended).
What do I need to do in order to be able to use my new Photoshop CS6 perpetual license? Do I need to uninstall Creative Cloud? How? What about the Extended versus not issue?
Thanks for any directions someone can point me at!
-has a link to manage your membership which may help
You then buy CS6 suites or programs at the link below
Thanks John T Smith,
But I've already unsubscribed from Creative Cloud and have already purchased the Photoshop CS6 perpetual license. I'm looking for instructions on what I need to uninstall, install, or change on my local computer now....