As I mentioned in a few threads one cannot apportion blame to Adobe solely for bugs.
If you were a Beta tester you would understand that there are tons of bugs that get ironed out before final release.
Please note that while Adobe is launching a new version Apple is updating its OS, Microsoft is doing updates, Nvidia is releasing new drivers etc etc. These all impact on Adobes software so to keep it all together is a monumental task.
If anything Adobe needs to be applauded for giving users a product that tries to keep up with its end users ever increasing demand to keep abreast with the latest tech.
As with all new releases there are bound to be issues. Apple has it. Microsoft has it. Maxon has it. The Foundry has it. Pretty much all major software developers go through this. It does eventually simmer down and stabilise. The rule of thumb is NOT to get too excited at launch date. Wait it out a while. If you aren't in a hurry to use the new features then wait.
Correct, but those updates can be released as smaller patches instead of releasing full versions that always has major issues. Patches can create problems as well, but .0-versions are far worse. I know that all software has bugs but it is frustrating that software developers release full versions too often, compared to how it used to be.
I have been a beta tester so i am aware of the process but i disagree that there are tons of bugs that get ironed out before final release. Hence the urge to focus more on those bugs before release by not releasing major version too often. The fact that so many apps are released at the same time on a schedule is a problem as well since there must be compromises. Compromises do often lead to problems along the road.
I am still on CC 2018 and do all my work in CC 2018, but it is frustating that CC 2019 throwed errors in the .0 version that required a .0.1-patch to correct it and that it simply fails to launch though i am on a administrator account. I see this on three computers. This used to happen during beta...
Point noted. I am running CC2017, 18 and 19 on 2 Mac Pros (2 on Sierra and 1 on Mojave). So far all stable beside a few color issues on the Mac with Mojave on.
Lets see what the new patches bring with them