You must have heard much of bad about Windows 8, for not being compatible with many routine applications. This common word of mouth has, to some extent, brought down the ratings of this operating system. Windows 8 has been over slated, although, the reasons are quite common and obvious for a new operating system. Let yourself remember that an Operating System is not liable for issues like compatibility. Once an OS is introduced with newer dimensions, it is a concern of the third parties to get their applications upgraded to be compatible with that specific OS.
Similar is the case with Adobe Photoshop CS3, and the subsequent versions (4, 5, and 6). When Windows 8 hit the market, just like many other applications, Adobe Photoshop was unable to adjust itself in a renewed environment. All it required was a new pair of shoes for a renovated floor. With a minimal level of research and revisions, Adobe accomplished what it was expected. They successfully released the patch files of many of their products, including Photoshop.
This text is concentrated to guide you in searching, download, installing, and galvanizing this patch for your concerned Adobe Photoshop application. After going through this article, you will be able to optimize your windows 8 according to your own inclinations.
- Click here to download the update file for Adobe Photoshop CS3
- (If you are using any subsequent version of Photoshop, search out Adobe’s website to find the relevant one)
- Once the file is downloaded, Turn off internet connection.
- Turn off your anti-virus, anti-spyware, or other network security utilities
- Extract the files from the zip folder
- Double click the executable file to start the installation
- Follow the instructions to complete the installation
- Reboot your Computer
Note: Restarting the computer is highly recommended, as update file requires it to get started. Moreover, installing a patch is proportionate to modify the settings in the Windows registry. To assure the safety and performance of your system, you are suggested to run a registry scan to detect errors and fix those errors, if any. This can be achieved through any free and reputable Windows 8 Registry Cleaning application. Once everything is on the track, you can now turn your internet connection and other security solutions on.