Adobe products and Win7

Currently, most Adobe products work fine on Windows 7.  Adobe Creative Suite 4 and Adobe Creative Suite 3 are all confirmed by Adobe to work well with Microsoft Windows 7.  Older versions should also work fine, however, even though they were released several years before Windows 7 became available.  On these older versions, though, we have had reports of some minor installation problems.

Even on newer Adobe products, there seem still to be some small issues that affect performance or cause crashes.  On Win7 64-bit for example, many users have reported intermittent problems opening pdf-documents through their web browser.

The Adobe Win7 site is dedicated to reporting problems with, and sharing solutions for, Adobe products on Win 7.  If you have any issues with an Adobe product on Windows 7 (either Win7 64-bit or Win7 32-bit) that has not been discussed here, please send an email to info@adobewin7.com

Please note that many Adobe products, such as Adobe Photoshop, requires the use of the Graphics Processor Unit (GPU) on your video card.  As of today, most video card manufacturers have updated their video card drivers to Win7.  However, if you upgrade to Win7 and notice that the GPU support has been disabled, you will need to contact your video card manufacturer to update your video card driver.  Such discussions fall outside the scope of the Adobe Win7 site, all though if you post questions to this regard in comments, we will do out very best to assist.

This site, though dedicated to Adobe product discussions, is not related to Adobe products.  You may visit Adobe’s homepage here.

3 Comments

  1. Posted 03/12/2010 at 20:37 | Permalink

    Great site! Solved my Adobe problem right away!

  2. Posted 03/02/2011 at 20:08 | Permalink

    Will be back soon lovely website you have here!

  3. MaryLynn
    Posted 14/03/2012 at 17:08 | Permalink

    How about the very old plain CS versionand Windows 7? I just loaded it and my system crashed without CS even running.

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