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Windows 7: Photoshop 6 win 7 professional 64 bits

18 Jan 2011   #11

7 professional x64

I already tried that too, since I got to put 80% RAM to PS for nothing, I downloaded PS CS5 trial to test if it works I think the way is to buy the new version

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18 Jan 2011   #12
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Yahata View Post
... I think the way is to buy the new version
a good idea - photoshop 6 was released in 2000 - the software has changed quite a bit since then - it really is an improvement too, in lots of ways.
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18 Jan 2011   #13

Windows 10 Pro

Checking in.

I see you are using Photoshop 6 so yeah, an upgrade is in order as Mickey indicated.

Good move.

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18 Jan 2011   #14

7 professional x64

I would like to say thanks to everyone who participated and tried to help me with this problem, I'm testing the version CS5, and so far is going well any doubts that arise I'll post here
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18 Jan 2011   #15

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1

I see now. Photoshop 6 is 10 years old and before adobe rebranded to CSx.
CS5 will lighten your wallet.
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18 Jan 2011   #16

Windows 10 Pro

Edit: you must have at least CS2 in order to "upgrade" - Adobe - Photoshop CS5 : Upgrade eligibility

If you don't have a qualifying product it's going to be $659 - Adobe Photoshop CS5: Windows: Software - Unless you qualify for the student editions.

If you do - $189.99 - Adobe Photoshop CS5 Upgrade: Software (though I bought it when had it on sale for 169.99)

Anyway if you get it and are still using the trial version, just pop in the serial number from the upgrade you got, when you open CS5 it will ask to verify the upgrade by providing a serial number of a qualifying product (CS2 or above), install the SN# and wholla -everything works - no need to reinstall

That’s exactly how I did it, and it works. BTW, In case you didn’t know, there will be two CS5 exe’s – 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
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18 Jan 2011   #17
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1

...and use the 64bit version of you want to use large pictures (as in op) - it can use more memory than 32bit flavour.
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