Whenever a new type of calculation device is targeted at the professional work, one of the most common questions that arise is whether it can execute Adobe Photoshop. This software, after all, has become the Golden Standard for Professional Creations and has also become the extent that these computer platforms are noted. This has already been the question about the iPad Pro and even the new Mac M1, both work on ARM processors. Now, almost a year after the promising, Adobe has fully published a native version of Photoshop for Windows 10 to the arm, with some warnings, of course.
To be just, Photoshop has been running on Microsoft arm devices for some time now, but only indirectly. It took advantage of Windows 10 arm capacity to imitate Windows 32-bit programs to run Adobe Creative Cloud Suite. This, unfortunately, is also one of the reasons for the great warning that Adobe wins on this native version of Photoshop.
Photoshop for Windows 10 On Sach works only for the 64-bit version of the software since Windows 10 on the arm, by nature, is 64 bits. Adobe warns that if you plan to use other 32-bit Creative Cloud products like Illustrator, you do not have to use this native 64-bit Photoshop because you will lose access to all these applications that are not yet available natively For Windows 10 to the arm either.
The problem, however, is the pace of Adobe to make these applications available on the incarnation of the Windows arms. The pro x surface, for example, was launched in 2019 and it took months for Adobe to even push a beta version for a version of native photoshop. On the other hand, Adobe was faster to iterate on Apple’s MC M1.
The Native Windows 10 version on Photoshop arm also has other limitations in terms of features, including the backup reduction filter or support for integrated video layers. These are promised to come to subsequent communiqués, but Adobe does not mention the schedule of these.