Where to get CS2?


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Golgotha

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I've recently changed over to a Mac, unfortunately I don't have programs like Photoshop for Mac........where can i get one and how much would it cost me?
 

yehosaphat

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You can get adobe PS CS2 at almost any computer authorised dealer in Sim lim or Funan. Will cost a couple of hundreds depending if you are student or not...
 

theRBK

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if you're a student, should be $400-500...if not should be around $1100-1200
 

Yatlapball

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Would someone set the police on me if I say buy.... *******

Ok just kidding. Please support your original software companies otherwise there would be no more software for you in future. :bsmilie:

Golgotha, if you are serious on putting down money for Adobe Photoshop, I suggest you wait a little while more because CS3 release is just round the corner and since you mention you just bought a Mac, I would assume it comes with the the new dual-core processor. CS3 is universal binary... thus running much much faster than CS2 will ever run on your new mac.
 

NeTHaCk

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get your cousin/ niece/nephew or pay a student a few dollars and get a student combo. i remembered when i was in sec4, someone paid me a nice sum to get the CS1 .. ehehe
 

yehosaphat

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get your cousin/ niece/nephew or pay a student a few dollars and get a student combo. i remembered when i was in sec4, someone paid me a nice sum to get the CS1 .. ehehe
Wah lik dat also can :bigeyes: :bsmilie:
 

creampuff

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While student edition is definitely cheaper compared to retail version, it may not be eligible for future upgrades. That means that if there were to be a major upgrade, you might have to pay for a completely new version, not an upgrade. Secondly, if the student version is used for business, technically the software watchdog people can actually go after you...
 

ST1100

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And the third point is that the student version must be registered in the student's name. Pay a bomb and still end with using 'other people's software'.
 

wind30

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I bought my CS2 under my Wife's name :bsmilie: student last time.

Do they check for student ID when buying? Sometimes they don't.

I think adobe will not mind if HOME users buy the student edition, provided you don't run a photography business with it lor.
 

Golgotha

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Would someone set the police on me if I say buy.... *******

Ok just kidding. Please support your original software companies otherwise there would be no more software for you in future. :bsmilie:

Golgotha, if you are serious on putting down money for Adobe Photoshop, I suggest you wait a little while more because CS3 release is just round the corner and since you mention you just bought a Mac, I would assume it comes with the the new dual-core processor. CS3 is universal binary... thus running much much faster than CS2 will ever run on your new mac.
Yup using Core 2 Duo. Downloaded the CS3 beta n it's sweet.But only 2 day trial.

As for purchasing student edition, I'm still a student hahaha old student hahaha...i will try see if i can get it at student price. :)
 

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