Can I run my Adobe apps in macOS Big Sur?
Learn which Adobe apps are compatible with Big Sur (macOS 11).
Do my Adobe apps work in Big Sur?
Apps compatible with Big Sur
The versions of the apps below work in Big Sur but have these known issues.
Version(s) compatible with Big Sur
Adobe Creative Cloud apps
Adobe Acrobat Pro
Adobe Photoshop Elements
Adobe Premiere Elements
Adobe Connect application for desktop
We are still testing and optimizing our other apps to make them fully compatible with Big Sur. We recommend that you run your Adobe apps only in operating systems and hardware platforms as noted in the system requirements for your apps.
When can I upgrade to Big Sur?
Creative Cloud apps | Photoshop Elements | Premiere Elements | Acrobat | Connect
If you're in the middle of a project or other business-critical work, we recommend that you wait until the project is complete. Before you upgrade, make sure you have a reliable backup and can restore to your current version in case you run into issues. If possible, upgrade in a test environment to ensure your third-party plug-ins, workflows, and configuration continue to work as expected.
Other Adobe apps
We strongly recommend you wait until we have released a compatible version of your app.
Using Adobe Captivate? Learn more about Captivate on macOS Big Sur.
What are the known issues or bugs?
See the documents below for known issues with Adobe apps and macOS Big Sur.
|All Creative Cloud apps
||Sometimes Creative Cloud files take a long time to sync or syncing appears stuck. Learn how to fix this syncing issue.|
||Photoshop | Known issues for Big Sur|
|Illustrator||Illustrator | Known issues for Big Sur|
|Lightroom||Lightroom | Known issues for Big Sur
||Lightroom Classic | Known issues for Big Sur
|Acrobat||Acrobat | Known issues for Big Sur|
|Photoshop Elements | Premiere Elements||Elements | Known issues for Big Sur|
|Adobe Bridge||Adobe Bridge | Known issues for Big Sur|
|InDesign||InDesign | Known issues for Big Sur|
|Premiere Pro||Premiere Pro | Known issues for Big Sur|
Getting a printing error after updating to Big Sur 11.0.1? Your printer driver may have become incompatible. To resolve the error, download and install the latest printer driver from the printer manufacturer's website.
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