If you belong to its users Adobe, you should stop using the older versions of Creative Cloud as soon as possible, as the company said, saying that you may "be at risk of experiencing legal consequences."
Applications whose old versions are no longer used are Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, Premiere Pro, Animate and Media Director.
In accordance with AppleInsider, Adobe has begun to alert users of older versions of Creative Cloud applications that they may face legal sanctions from other companies if they continue to use them.
"Unfortunately, customers who continue to use or develop older and unauthorized versions of Creative Cloud may face third party sanctions," the company said in a news agency.
Meanwhile, users receive emails telling them that they do not have permission to continue using older versions of applications. To fix the problem, they need to get information.
Adobe has not provided any further explanations regarding its announcement.
The company announced that Creative Cloud subscribers will only have access to the two most recent versions of the applications. He encouraged users to only use the latest version for "Best Performance and Benefits".
Although Adobe has not reported who they could be legal against users, Dolby is believed to have sued the company for copyright infringement and breach of contract. This is believed to be the reason why users should stop using older versions of Creative Cloud applications.
This news comes a long time since Adobe doubled the price of the Creative Cloud Photography plan, which includes Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Photoshop as part of a test. This has led some users to abandon their applications and turn to alternatives such as IrfanView and Luminar.