The following table lists where to find specific information about Adobe product support on 64-bit operating systems.
Note: While most of the Adobe Creative Suite 5 software is natively 32 bit, these applications do run on 64-bit versions of Windows. The exceptions are: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 and After Effects CS5, which are 64 bit only. For an in-depth overview of 64-bit computing and its value, see this blog from Scott Byer, Adobe Photoshop software architect.
|Acrobat||See the following TechNotes:|
|Acrobat 3D||Acrobat 3D is supported on 64-bit Windows platforms per the
system requirements and runs as a 32-bit application.
|Flash Professional CC||
Flash Professional CC is a native 64-bit application and is supported only on 64-bit operating systems. Installation of Flash Professional CC is blocked on 32-bit operating systems.
Flash Professional CS6 is supported both on 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. However, it runs in 32-bit mode on 64-bit systems. See System requirements.
|Flash Player||See Flash Player support on 64-bit operating systems.|
|Creative Suite 5 (includes Flash Professional and other applications)||See the "Adobe support for 64-bit operating systems" section of Adobe Creative Suite 5 FAQ.|
|FrameMaker||FrameMaker 9 was tested on 64-bit Vista, and there are no known issues that are specific to the 64-bit version of the OS. FrameMaker 9 is not a 64-bit application, and it runs on 64-bit Windows in 32-bit compatibility mode.|
|Photoshop Elements||Photoshop Elements 8 runs in 32-bit mode on 64-bit systems. For issues with earlier versions of Photoshop Elements compatibility with Windows Vista, see Photoshop Elements compatibility with Windows Vista.|
|Premiere Elements||Premiere Elements 8 runs in 32-bit mode on 64-bit systems. For issues with earlier versions, see Premiere Elements compatibility with Windows Vista.|