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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Adobe CS5 Clock Counting Down
Recently, Adobe announced officially to launch creative suit 5 for Mac on 12th April, 2010. CS5 package for graphic, video and Web design professionals, including the debut of Photoshop for Mac as a 64-bit application, will be launched on April 12.

About the announcement of Adobe CS5, www.appleinsider.com, an online news portal about Apple, writes, “For the April 12 introduction, Adobe will begin accepting preorders and has scheduled a launch event for CS5 at 11 a.m. Eastern. The event will be streamed on AdobeTV, allowing users the ability to see the features of the product. It is then the company will also announce its price and details.”

Further the news portal writes, “Investors are said to be optimistic about Adobe's next quarter, as CS5 is expected to outperform its predecessor. CS5 for Mac will feature a new version of the Photoshop graphics editor rewritten in Apple's 64-bit object-oriented Cocoa framework. The Windows version of Photoshop went 64-bit in 2008 with CS4.”

In the analysis the news portal writes, “The latest beta of Lightroom 3 features improved performance, faster loading of images, and native tethered shooting support for select Nikon and Canon DSLR cameras.”

The news portal quoted a statement of company also, “We've worked on improving several key areas and have prepared a second public beta of Lightroom 3 as we get closer to our final release. Because this public beta is closer to our final release we are more focused on receiving feedback on the improvements we've made since the original public beta. And more importantly, by utilizing broader testing from a larger community of photographers we can help ensure that you can trust the quality of the final Lightroom 3.0 release.”

With the Creative Suite 5, Adobe has tried to improve several key areas. CS5 launch Web site has been prepared with a clock counting down the days until users can get their first official look at CS5.


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