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I am running Adobe CS2 on my iBook. I never use 'Adobe Version Cue' so am thinking of deleting the whole folder (190MB) to free up a bit of HD space.

Is this safe to do? or is this programme inextricably linked to the other CS2 package programmes (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat) - will I mess up the these other programmes if I delete Version Cue?

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