Hi ritahoffman98 ,
You can install and activate Creative Cloud desktop applications on two computers, regardless of operating system, for the individual associated with the Creative Cloud membership.
All apps and services can be installed from the Download Center. You can browse through all the apps and services, and view details about all apps and services.
- Go to http://creative.adobe.com and sign in with your Adobe ID.
- Click Download Center.
- Navigate to the App to download and install, and click Download.
Please reply for any assistance.
Somewhat oversimplified and unhelpful response.
When you go to Go to http://creative.adobe.com and sign in with your Adobe ID and go to the Download Centre you'll be given the choices of:
Given none of these make sense to download for an additional copy of your software the above response is somewhat simplistic.
Adobe, why not give a response that is actually connected with what the user actually sees when they are on your site?
I have spent hours trying to figure out how to get an additional copy of the software you so are so quick to claim can be downloaded for an additional computer.
Thanks for the info - but why not have a tab that actually deals with downloading an additional copy?
I have gone to your link and it's so unclear how it works.
Could you make it less clear? No is the correct answer.
After a lot of fiddling around I finally fumbled my way through. And you would think once the installer had installed everything, all would be fine.
Neither Illustrator, Indesign or Photoshop (the only apps I dowloaded) open.
Indesign says it can't open 'because it may be damaged or incomplete'
Photoshop - 'Could not complete your request bacause of a program error'
Illustrator actually starts to open then crashes 'Adobe Illustrator CC 2014 quit unexpectedly'
Great. If the system isn't convoluted enough to download, then the apps don't work.
And I'm being charged $50 per month for the pleasure of this third rate product.
Is this the best Adobe can do?