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Old 04-12-2011, 08:23 AM   #1
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Default Change in Adobe Release Cycle

This is a surprise, but makes a lot of sense. It will allow them to make important updates sooner, instead waiting for one big release on their normal cycle.

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Adobe has announced a significant update to Creative Suite, with the unveiling of our first mid-cycle release: Creative Suite 5.5. This is part of a new release strategy, where we’re moving out our milestone releases (such as CS3, CS4, CS5) to a two-year cycle. Mid-cycle releases will keep designers and developers ahead of technology changes, such as the mobile communications revolution (tablets!) that is radically altering how content is consumed and created.
http://blogs.adobe.com/conversations...ct-family.html

   
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