I subscribed to CC a month ago, still haven't done the install... mainly because I'm so comfortable with CS6. My question: is there a reason both can't be run on the same computer at the same time. Not necessarily the same programs... for example CC Indesign and CS6 Illustrator.
I guess I'm looking to ease into CC, not go all-in on one day. I've been using Illustrator since late 1987 (while at Alphagraphics, corp had me test drive Illustrator vs freehand)... but for some reason this transition feels like the one between vs9 and X. Maybe I'm just paranoid. I was probably one of the last vs9 holdouts... I didn't migrate off of 9 until 2011.
BTW: I'm using a mid-2010 MacPro quad tower, 15gb ram, Yosemite... not the newest thing on the block, maybe that's why I'm trepidatious. No plans to upgrade. For what I do it's more than powerful enough.
Thanks in advance. Rick
Yes. Its fine to have both versions installed on your computer. A CS6 version can co-exist with a CC version without causing any trouble. Sometimes, you need both versions to be able to work with multiple clients .
Thanks for swift reply. I did do an online chat with an adobe rep (pushpa) and he told me I would have to sign-out on my CC subscription each time I wanted to use CS6... thought it sounded a bit severe.
I have a giant poster on my wall signed "Rick, thanks for ongoing feedback, John Warnock"... and I was just about to take it down and put it on the curb )