One version to rule them all ....
I now have two versions of Bridge (9/10) on my machine after this last update. The new version did not create a desktop shortcut, and if I open one version the other will not open and vice versa. Am I supposed to pick/choose between the two for some logical reason? If so, what is it? If the newer is not completely sufficient to replace the old, why was it auto-installed on my machine?
I don't want gigs of redundant programs on my workstation. I don't want a new version if it cannot completely take over for the old. I don't want the old unless I have reason, and if I must keep the old I would not have added the new just for one or two features. I have received no information that suggests I can get rid of the older version now, or when I will be able to, or even if removing the old will break the new. What happens next, a 3rd version?
Fix this confusion, and prevent it by proper explanation re whether one should upgrade. If there is reason to have two, spell it out. NO I DO NOT WANT the old version "just in case" I don't manage my PC like that. . The best practice is ONE version to rule them all!
You are right. But on the other side the way, gone by adobe, you have the chance to use an earlier Version until the actually version runs fine. In a productive environment this is essentually.
And please remember: Using CC-Manager you can remove unwished apps.