CS4: 5 Reasons to Upgrade and 5 Reasons Keep Your Cash

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gcoghill

Your #2 reason not to upgrade -- Photoshop project manager John Nack has blogged on this, turns out all the way back, the Photoshop release cycle has been 18 months. The Creative Suite releases have been the same. Doesn't seem that way though, does it?

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