As a novice having purchased the product I obviously need help....but the help files for tutorials are for old PhotoShop products and its all different, why is this and where can I get tutorials solely for Photoshop CC 19? My time is eaten up by adobe problems!
I hate to say it, but the best you can hope for is to google for "Helpx" files, the problem/feature you're interested in, and the Adobe software. Their manual is the latest official word. Video tutorials probably come in all ages, but that's just as true trying to use YouTube.
If you really, really want a quick start on this, and your time not all eaten up, I'm going to suggest you try an online learning site, such as linkedin/lynda.com. One month's price can get you the latest video training, and use it heavily for the one month and you'll be pretty expert in how the software works, and you'll have seen them use the interface so often, you'll be at home with it.
There are a few other sites out there. I'm more familiar with lynda.com than others, but you ought to look around. I paid $25 for the month and used my own files, but a bit more and you get the demo files with it. I won't swear to today's price, but I found it worth it for software I wasn't familiar with. Kind of you get what you pay for, I'm afraid.
In view of the number of Adobe customers, the help files of the
applications are not up to the software, Adobe should perhaps devote
more budget to this part of the software, because description and help
files are in my opinion also part of the software that must be up to