Now that Windows 10's release is just days away, we're likely going to see a deluge of app updates bringing support for the operating system — and Adobe is one of the first. The company has updated its Creative Cloud software with support for Windows 10, along with some bug fixes and improvements. Here's the breakdown of what's new in Adobe Creative Cloud 18.104.22.168:
The Creative Cloud desktop app is now compatible with Windows 10. Note the following:
- Customers with Microsoft Enterprise Data Protection should use the CCE Public Encryption feature.
Windows customers who are missing notification icons after updating can resolve the issue by restarting their system.
An auto-update error was fixed.
- Additional bug fixes have improved the overall app experience.
If you're a Creative Cloud user, you should be able to grab the update and install it now.
Thanks to Matt for the tip!