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The Next Adobe Photoshop To Stop Supporting Windows XP
The Next Adobe Photoshop To Stop Supporting Windows XP

Microsoft’s Windows XP undoubtedly is one of their most popular Operating Systems in the market. Ever since its launch back in 2001, the prominence of the OS has grown constantly across the globe. But while Windows XP has seen greater heights in terms of prominence, the lack of upgrades has resulted in waning of support for it.

According to the latest reports coming in, Adobe’s next version of Photoshop will not support Windows XP. The Adobe Photoshop CS6 is the last version to support Windows XP Operating System. In their statement Adobe said, “Photoshop team will like to inform in advance that the Photoshop CS6 (13.0) is the last major Photoshop Variant to support Windows XP."

The reason behind this decision is stated to be the need to capitalize on to the powerful Graphics Processing Units, which require several modern hardware graphics interfaces that in general are not available for Windows XP.

As far as the latest Adobe CS6 version, is concerned, the company will be providing the bug fixes for it. But for the future the minimum requirement for the Adobe Photoshop will be Windows 7 Operating System. One another tech major that made a similar announcement featuring Microsoft’s software is Google, who recently announced that they will not be supporting Google Apps on IE8.

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