New version of Photoshop is less likely to crash

Since Adobe moved Photoshop to its subscription-only Creative Cloud service, the way it releases new versions has changed dramatically. Gone are the days of big fanfare releases once a year, adding a whole number to each new version. Now it's in the cloud, Adobe's switched to incremental updates as and when improvements are ready to go.

Sometimes these releases focus around shiny new features, such as last month's addition of Perspective Warp and 3D printing capabilities. At other times, they focus largely on bug fixes. And while these are less likely to attract headlines, they often make more practical difference to the working lives of the average designer.

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