Since my last update I've noticed that I have two version of Photoshop CS6 on my computer. (13.0.1 AND 13.0.6) When I right click to open an image, I get to choose which app to open it in, and I am able to open the image in wither version of photoshop. I can also have both versions open and running simultaneously. I can quit one, and still keep the other open. However, when I look in my Applications folder, it only shows one copy of Photoshop in there. What happened, is this going to slow my machine, and how do I fix it?
Do you have a Creative Cloud subscription or a perpetual license (or both)? I ask because those versions sound a lot like the versions you might get with each of those different methods of licensing Photoshop.
@ Noel: No, I do not have Creative Cloud yet, and to be honest I'm not sure what you mean by perpetual license.
A perpetual license is the kind you get if you don't have a Creative Cloud subscription. Essentially it's the old way of licensing Photoshop.
I'm not a Mac user so I don't know from personal experience how updates go in on Macs. I'll have to defer to a Mac expert on this one. But I knew the license question would come up, so I asked it.
Let's hope a Mac user who's gone through Photoshop CS6 updates will chime in...