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..as you can see...the first applications in the list are CS4 & CS5...and according to the author of the article/list...CS4 & CS5 don't do a very good job of using multiple cores.
Can someone explain why Adobe is always behind the power curve? You would think with a costly top of line software package such as CS5, it would do everything everywhere including your laundry!
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