Raw files from the 7D Mark II was first supported by PC-CC-2014/ACR 8.7 in November 2014. I have that camera.
I can see a Canon/Tamron 16-300 lens profile named: TAMRON 16-300mm F3.5-6.3 DiII VC PZD MACRO B016E that is at least part of my currently installed PS-CC/ACR9 on Windows 8.1.
Thanks for the information. It corresponds to what I found.
I also have a Canon 7D, which I like, but clearly my Canon 7D Mk II is a much improved model. I'm happy with it. I've been testing out the Tamron lens and find it very convenient to have such a large (16-300mm) range in one lens. As expected, the sharpness of the lens at any particular zoom level isn't as good as you'd get from a primary lens at that same level, but that's the price you pay for convenience.
I think I'll give PS CC a try. I currently have PS CS5 which is getting a bit long in the tooth. I guess, no matter what you do, Adobe ends up with your money in the long run.
The cheapest way to get Photoshop is the Photography Plan for US $10/month that includes both Lightroom and Photoshop.
So I noticed. Thanks for the heads-up.