Good evening! while watching this Louisville vs. Notre Dame basketball
overtime bonanza. 5th Overtime… wow and i checked my email real quick and got this…
I was skeptical at first, but this is absolutely true. One of my friends sent me this link to Adobe and I just downloaded a boatload of Adobe Products without paying one red cent.
Plus I got the product key codes, (serial numbers) for each software
Here is the Link, click on it now. It is an Adobe webpage
http://www.adobe.com/downloads/cs2_downloads/index.html <– Click Here
(copy and paste in browser)
Now I’ll be 100% transparent and say this…
I’m not sure if they (Adobe) meant for everyone to be able to download these products from their page, or just SOME people (like people who already bought a copy)…
.. but the page IS still up, and I’m sure 1,000’s of people are visiting that page every week and downloading their CS2 versions.
Adobe MIGHT be doing this to fight all the pirated copies of Photoshop on the market… it might be their way to introduce more people to Photoshop via an older but legal version (CS2)… and perhaps these people will later upgrade to CS5 or CS6.
I can’t say for sure if that page is for everyone or not, but that page IS still up at this link:
You might want to look into this yourself a little more… I’m just passing on the news I heard since so many people on my list don’t have Photoshop or these other programs.
Yes, these are older versions, but they still do about 90% of the newer versions.
Forward this to your friends while the getting is good.
UPDATE Provided by GOLD Member Andrew Teustch (Chicago)
“Adobe has disabled the activation server for CS2 products, including
Acrobat 7, because of a technical issue. These products were released
more than seven years ago, do not run on many modern operating
systems, and are no longer supported.
Adobe strongly advises against running unsupported and outdated
software. The serial numbers below should only be used by customers
who legitimately purchased CS2 or Acrobat 7 and need to maintain their
current use of these products”