Photoshop CC 2014: How do I change the Process Version in Camera Raw?

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I just upgraded from CS5 to the current Photoshop in order to support my new camera (Canon 70D). I shoot exclusively in Camera RAW and was very comfortable with all the slider adjustments. Most notably the fill slider adjustment as it works quite a bit differently than the new Camera RAW that has a different approach to achieving similar results.
I would like to request that Adobe incorporates a "Classic Mode" to the new Camera RAW panel that allow us old geezers to post process all our images they way we use to doing things while still supporting all new camera.
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Hi Jim,

You can set your process version to 2010: http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite...

You can save this process version as your new default.

That said, the new process version (2013) is actually more powerful and more intuitive once you start using it.