Tom Mounsey: No Support for Windows XP means goodbye Adobe for me. I'm sick of being mugged by companies like Adobe and Microsoft milking us every 18 months to stay on their merry-go-rounds.
If you don't get the argument that I have a perfectly good PC that I do not want to throw into landfill just because the Software/ Hardware cartel needs to make more money out of me to keep the cash cow rolling then I guess you will never get it.
Your are all entitled to your opinions. I've been with Adobe for a long time and started to get peeved with them a while back so although I'm still using Adobe design Standard and Web Standard as well as Lightroom 3.6 I will take them no further.No TFergus my copy of LR3 works perfectly fine and never crashes even though it has catalogued 250k images. Josh 152 your defence of Adobe is wasted as many other companies latest software works perfectly with XP ie Sony Vegas 11 and Proshow Producer 5 ,which costs a bit more than lightroom but is written by a company that cuts there user base abit more slack than Adobe appears to do. The rest of the comments made are not really worth a reply.
No Support for Windows XP means goodbye Adobe for me. I'm sick of being mugged by companies like Adobe and Microsoft milking us every 18 months to stay on their merry-go-rounds.
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