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    Upgrading to CS2
    I recently upgraded to Adobe CS2 and my hard drive only has about 5 gigs worth of space left on it. In an effort to conserve space, is it okay to delete all previous versions of my adobe software?

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by boorad
    I recently upgraded to Adobe CS2 and my hard drive only has about 5 gigs worth of space left on it. In an effort to conserve space, is it okay to delete all previous versions of my adobe software?

    Thank you
    I dont see why you could not if it is showing up in a different directory. You could go to Adobe's website and send them an email. Which version did you upgrade from and how are they showing up on your hardrive?
    http://www.lightcafe.net

    New servers, much faster than before

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