Adobe Creative Cloud is a service from Adobe Systems. This program gives the user access to a collection of software for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography, and Cloud services. Creative Cloud is hosted on Amazon Web Services. Adobe Creative Cloud works on software as a service model, a monthly/annual subscription service which is based on the cloud. Whereas Adobe Creative Suite is purchased via a perpetual software license. The CC is downloaded once from the Internet, installed directly on a local PC and used as long as the subscription remains valid. While online updates and multiple languages are included in the CC subscription, the CS requires a fee for access to new features and services in only one language. Both products can co-exist in the same environment, as compatible and available as a set of applications installed individually or collectively.
Adobe first announced the Creative Cloud in October 2011. Initially, they maintained the perpetual license model and released another version the following year. This program retains the features of Adobe Creative Suite and introduces new features. Foremost is the availability of upgrades, saving to the cloud, and easier sharing.
Our users primarily use Adobe Creative Cloud to open these file types:
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