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Adobe launches a trial ARM version of Photoshop for Windows and Mac Os


Adobe on Tuesday launched a version of ARM processors from the popular Photo Editing Software (Photoshop) Photoshop for Windows and MacOs.

The new photoshop trial version will allow microsoft surface Pro X owners, MacBook Pro , MacBook Air, or the new   Mac Mini processor (M1)   from Apple, running Photoshop without the need to simulate on their devices, noting that Photoshop is currently being simulated on Windows devices that use processors (ARM), or through the platform (Rosetta) Rosetta of Apple on the system ( McOs.

The original versions of Photoshop for Both Windows and Mac Os  are expected to significantly improve performance, and come just in time for Apple, which has launched the first Mac devices with an ARM-based processor. Because the software is still in beta, there are a lot of tools missing, as features such as content-aware packaging, patch tool, processing brush, and other features are not currently available in the trial.

Adobe cited a number of known problems for both Windows and MacOs, but noted that new features will be added in the coming weeks. The trial version still does not officially support day-to-day workloads, and can only be accessed from the Creative Cloud trial application tab on desktop devices. Adobe has not mentioned when other Creative Cloud software will be launched for IMR processors, but Photoshop is a big boost for IMR-powered devices.

In addition to supporting Photoshop, gaming maker Blizzard also announced that World of Warcraft will work without emulators in Mac devices that use RIM processors.