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Windows 7: Can Flash CS5 run together with Flash CS4?


18 Feb 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Can Flash CS5 run together with Flash CS4?

Can anyone tell me, if I already have Adobe Flash CS4 installed, can I safely install a newer version Flash CS5 on the same computer without removing the older CS4? (I have a reason for not just upgrading)

If "yes," would there be a problem if I opened both apps (CS4 & CS5) at the same time?

Thanks.


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18 Feb 2011   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by garuda View Post
Can anyone tell me, if I already have Adobe Flash CS4 installed, can I safely install a newer version Flash CS5 on the same computer without removing the older CS4? (I have a reason for not just upgrading)

If "yes," would there be a problem if I opened both apps (CS4 & CS5) at the same time?

Thanks.
I dont think so and Yes there would. different files loaded at the same time. You can do it in diff VM's and possibly different partitions/ OS loads.
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