Adobe seems to be hard at work at Adobe Creative Suite 4*.
In May, they released public betas of CS4 versions of Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Soundbooth.
You'll have to close any programs that could be using Flash, so make sure to fully exit Firefox, Internet Explorer, and/or Microsoft Edge before you begin.
Next, simply run the Adobe Flash Uninstaller file, then click "Uninstall" to remove Flash from your system.
This decision is described in detail by Adobe's John Nack.
Nack describes how Adobe has been trying to make the interfaces on their apps more consistent and shows off a screenshot of the new Mac Photoshop "application frame".
This news was not received well in the photography community on Monday as photographers flocked to social media sites to bash Adobe and voice their opinions. This means that if you divide 9 by 18 months you come out with .50 per month.Adobe used to have an option for if you just wanted to pay month to month without an ‘annual agreement’ but that seems to be gone now. Now you have to make an annual agreement but it’s unclear at this point what that entails.So let’s see if this is more expensive, less expensive or a wash.Fast forward to the present, and half of Adobe's agenda in 2011 has played out as they expected. Flash for desktop browsers is still as clunky as ever, considering browsers have to reroute this type of content through Adobe's plugin rather than using their native coding to render comparable HTML5 content.HTML5 has come to replace Flash in almost every regard on mobile devices, and has even started to take over the desktop browser segment. But it gets even worse when you learn that Adobe had a huge security hole in Flash that allowed hackers to "to take control of the affected system." While that's been patched already, it will surely happen again in the near future.