As early as 2019, Microsoft launched the Surface Pro X, which was the first Surface device to run on an ARM-based processor in six years and the first device to officially run Windows 10. It also announced that it is working with Adobe to bring its creative cloud suite to Windows 10 on ARM.
In November 2020, native support for older versions of Adobe applications for ARM devices on Windows 10 was finally realized, but only as a beta version. Last week, Adobe released Photoshop which officially supports the Windows ARM version. Although this is an officially released version, there are still some functional differences between Photoshop on ARM and full Photoshop on Windows 10.
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The system requirements include a Windows 10 ARM device running Windows 10 64-bit v19041.488.0 (Windows 10 20H1), with at least 8GB of memory, 16GB is recommended. The following features are not available on Photoshop on ARM, they will be added in subsequent versions, but there is no definite time frame yet.
Known differences and limitations
Photoshop has minor feature differences when running natively on Windows 10. These features will be added in subsequent releases.
Features not available in the native mode
- Import, Export and playback of embedded video layers
- Shake Reduction filter
- Invite to Edit workflows are not supported. To learn alternative ways to send invitations via Web, see Access and edit shared cloud documents.
- Preset Syncing is not on by default
- Windows Dial Support
- Generator and related features
- Opening or placing U3D files
- Starting Photoshop from Lightroom ‘Edit In’ command
- Oil Paint Filter
- Spell Checking and hyphenation for Hebrew and Arabic languages
- Plugin Marketplace panel
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