Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by edouble, Jul 9, 2010.
What is the difference between Adobe student/teacher software and regular full software?
LOL.. nice answer.
They are the same thing but if you own a biz, you are not supposed to use the student version.
I want to make sure there are not limitations with the software functionality before I purchase
They function the same, but the student edition has different terms and conditions of use - one is that you can't do commercial work (this might vary from country to country) with the student edition - another is that you can't upgrade from student edition to a student edition upgrade unless you are still a student at the time of the upgrade (otherwise you have to pay full price for the upgrade).
Simply put read the terms and conditions and that should tell you all the differences - functionality and features they are the same.
It depends on where you're at.
The regular version of Photoshop includes a license to install the software on 2 computers, but only 1 computer for the Student edition.
In North America, a Student Edition can be used for commercial purposes.
As a student or teacher you can only get Photoshop CS5 Extended (retail $999), not the regular version that lacks the 3D, and scientific imaging editing features.
Once you have a Student Edition, you can subsequently upgrade to the regular version at regular upgrade pricing as long as your version is not to old.
Do all the different versions (student/teacher/regular/whatever) have the same EULA?
Do you, as the user, have the same rights with all versions? E.g., can you use the student version for commercial purposes?
You still need to send student/teacher identification to Adobe for registration, right?
No, the Student Edition EULA only allows uploading on 1 computer.
Commercial use of a Student Edition only in North America.
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