Diff between Photoshop CS4 Extended and student edition of same?

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Ron, Aug 3, 2009.

  1. Ron

    Ron Guest

    I've poked around and haven't found a description of the difference
    between PS CS4 Extended and the higher-education student version of PS
    CS4 Extended. What differences exist?
     
    Ron, Aug 3, 2009
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  2. Ron

    Joel Guest

    PRICE!
     
    Joel, Aug 4, 2009
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  3. No difference at all. both are upgradeable and have the same features.

    John Passaneau
     
    John Passaneau, Aug 4, 2009
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  4. No difference at all. both are upgradeable and have the same features.

    John Passaneau
     
    John Passaneau, Aug 4, 2009
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  5. Ron

    Joel Guest

    Are you sure about this?
     
    Joel, Aug 4, 2009
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  6. That is correct, but operationally there is no difference.


    John Passaneau
     
    John Passaneau, Aug 5, 2009
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  7. Ron

    Joel Guest

    I know that the older educational license agreement required the student
    to upgrade to FULL version when graduated or start using professionally. But
    the newer start with CSx has no limitation.

    Of course you can transfer or sell it, cuz the buyer won't get free
    upgrade but still have to pay for the upgrade fee just like everyone else.
    IOW, if you can give away your FULL version then you can give away your
    educational version.

    And I don't mean just give away the CD of older version but transfer the
    ownership to newer owner.
     
    Joel, Aug 5, 2009
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  8. Ron

    Joel Guest

    Would you sale me your education version so I can read the agreement?
    (just kidding). And if you Google around then you should see lot of
    different questions and answers about the EULA, even directly from the mouth
    of Adobe.
     
    Joel, Aug 5, 2009
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  9. Ron

    Ron Guest

    Thanks for all the responses, guys.
    Ron
     
    Ron, Aug 5, 2009
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