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For those of you who (like me) were waiting anxiously for CS5 trial versions to become available … you’re in for a treat.
I just got my email from them announcing that the trial versions of the new suites are available and of course – I’ve just downloaded Dreamweaver to give it a test drive. I’ll report on that another day as, well … I just downloaded it. I can so far say the download was fast but that’s the only review I can do.
You can get product information and download the trials off the Adobe website here and if you order by the end of the month you get free shipping.
Do download the trial, give it a try and of course – watch the Beanstalk blog for more information.
SEO news blog post by
Dave Davies, CEO @ 6:42 pm
We all use Adobe products (or at least most of us). Personally I only use Dreamweaver and Fireworks CS4 but certain colleagues here mock me and swear by Photoshop CS3 (about to upgrade to CS4) and the Adobe Creative Suite Design Premium.
Whatever your flavor (we have other staff using other versions and specific Adobe products) one thing is for sure, the enhancements they’ve put forth in their CS4 versions are just plain awesome.
I couldn’t possibly list them all here. You need to download the trial and give it a go or just upgrade. We just completed the upgrade on our last system (that would be poor Daryl who has been stuck with CS3 until now). Fortunately when we were looking at the upgrade we discovered that they’re giving $200 off when you’re upgrading from CS3 products. So now’s as good a time as any.
Now it’s time for full disclosure – I don’t link to sites I don’t like but when I am going to link to them and they have affiliate programs – I use them. The link to their product page (which includes the “no coupon code needed” discount rate) goes through our affiliate code. Just want to be right out there with that but I was going to write up a post regardless noting that the enhancements added are outstanding and worth every penny and the $200 discount is just an added perk.
For your convenience I’ll provide links via our affiliate ID and then the non-affilaite link right below it if you opt to go that route though I don’t know if the discount applies and I’ve already followed the link.
Discount From Adobe (No Coupon Code Needed)
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Dave Davies, CEO @ 7:56 pm