The unavailability of CC photo apps on a windows 10 tablet is unacceptable.

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The unavailability of CC photo apps on a windows 10 tablet is unacceptable. With CC you are supposed to be able to "take it with you". Window 10 is a major player by now.
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Lloyd Knowles

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Tom Mickow

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What "CC photo apps" are you referring to?  And what tablet do you have?

I run Photoshop & Lightroom on a hybrid Windows 10 laptop/tablet without any issues.  As long as your hardware and OS meet the minimum requirements, you should be able to run any of the apps, as far as I know.
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Referring to the mobile apps that are listed with the photo package. Lightroom is great on my Asus T100T. I also have CC and LR on my Samsung Galaxy but they really are not of much use on that format. Fix and mix would be really nice to work with. They, and others are only available on android and iOS
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Mobile apps are only available on phones and non-desktop type tablets, because they are intended for situations where the full version of the applications cannot run.
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The way Adobe has integrated the mobile transition for surface pro machines is absolutely terrible. The buggies. Lag. And ridiculously poor performance make it unusable. Why you insist on activating the develop module for touch screen culling is beyond me and it's a terrible decision.

The overall Lightroom experience on Windows is terrible and the attempt to cram the touchscreen switch in shows as a clearly last minute and under insiders implementation
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All the Adobe CC apps work on Windows tablets (ie: Surface Pro).
But desktop apps cannot work on the Surface (non-Windows) tablets.