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Jul 01, 2007 00:25 |  #1

This is probably a stupid question, but I just installed the new update on my Mac, and my old CS2 will still run. My question is am I supposed to uninstall CS2 now? If so, are there any other Mac users that could possibly instruct me how to do so. I am new to Mac, and new to Photoshop, so if somebody could lend me some sound advice I would be much obliged. Thank you.


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Jul 01, 2007 00:41 |  #2

nope, you can have both on your macheine at once
just cant have them running at the same time


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Jul 01, 2007 10:36 as a reply to  @ Stavhp's post |  #3

Why would I want both of them on my computer? Why wouldn't I want to remove CS2 for the extra space? Also being new to Mac, do you just a folder to the garbage to uninstall?


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Jul 01, 2007 13:22 |  #4

Just open finder, applications and delete the CS2 folder. CS3 on an intel mac runs much much faster....I love it !


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Jul 02, 2007 00:35 as a reply to  @ Duncaji's post |  #5

Thank you very much for the answer. I am used to Windows, where there needs to be an uninstaller run. I am new to Mac, and actually CS2 is the first program I have had to remove! Thanks again, and the simplicity of the anwer is one of the reasons I bought a Mac.


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