Photoshop Elements 15 and Premiere Elements 15 are now available.

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We are happy to announce the release of Photoshop Elements 15 and Premiere Elements 15.

Check out the Elements 15 blog post announcement.
Upgrade to Photoshop Elements 15. 
Upgrade to Premiere Elements 15. 
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Pete Green, Customer Advocate

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Michael Guest

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Is it better than 14? Because 14 was really bad.
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Paul Brians

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Since I don't use Organizer this looks like one I can probably skip. Seems to concentrate on automating actions already available by hand in 14.
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and whats the cost to upgrade from Photoshop E14 to E15, assuming there is a step up in stability and speed on Mac OSX El Capitan, and E14 users get a discount. I see >82 Euro for upgrade, that can't be serious!
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Is there a 32 bit version of pse 15 for windows?
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Michel BRETECHER, Champion

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See that discusson in the Elements user forum (posts 7 and 8).
Not supported according to the system requirements.
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I am trying to upgrade from the splash screen at 50% discount. When I get to the shopping cart it bills for the full price.  Any suggestions?
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It does not use OpenCl at all, AMD APU are underused with this software. It's a pitty!
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darren grosse

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well I purchased elements 14 in july only to find out that 15 has now been released. if I knew 15 was due to be released I would have waited. no advertising from adobe that they are releasing a new version just happy taking peoples money for the old version. I then contact customer support who just advise you are not eligible for a free upgrade, went round and round in circles, very poor support
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Hi Darren, I've asked an agent to reach out to you. Details are here for others who might be in the same situation:
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And I find this, crazy for I only had PSE14 for a year full of crashes
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darren grosse

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apologies for the delay in my response but only feel its right to comment. Adobe did get in touch with my after my posting and advised I wasn't entitled to a free upgrade but, how ever, on this one occasion they will give me a free upgrade. this was a few months ago so I already have it installed and up and running. thank you to all who did our little bit and thank you adobe you have restored some faith back into your company
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Janet Jarzembinski

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If you use Organizer to handle any pdf files, don't upgrade.  PSE 15 Organizer DOES NOT support pdf files.  They will disappear on you in Organizer.  Keep your previous versions of PSE to handle pdf files.