Adobe then depends on professional users such as design agencies and larger freelancers to actually buy the software.Of course Adobe would never admit to being OK with it, but I think they’d remove their “verify by phone” licensing option if they really wanted to crack down on piracy.It’s a big day for the Adobe camp as they have released updates to all the primary Adobe Creative Cloud applications.That’s 15 application updates – grasp that if you can.Let’s face it: readily available pirated copies of the Creative Suite allow Adobe to retain what is basically a monopoly on this software.Amateur users, who would never actually purchase the software, find illegal copies and not only learn the Creative Suite, but more importantly don’t learn something from a competitor.Today, Adobe has released updates to essentially all of their CC applications, so get your web connection ready.
However, when there is a big update (such as CC 2015) the actual structure of the application may change.
For months now, Adobe has been revealing hints of updates for their apps and today they’ve made good on them all.
Illustrator is purported now to be 10x faster than the previous version, Premiere Pro gets a massive update with updates like Time Tuner and Enhanced Clip support and Morph Cut; After Effects has Face Trackers and allows for their character Animator (Preview) to animate and bring 2D figures to life with your webcam; and there’s so much more for these and other apps.
However, it does include your Microsoft account, which is an extensive part of the Windows 10 experience, as well as core features like Cortana – and that implies Redmond can disable any games you’ve pirated or devices you’ve "unlawfully" hacked.
Enable Cortana (which pretty much everyone using Windows 10 is going to do) and you're subject to the services agreement.