It’s not a matter of when non-genuine Adobe software affects your productivity. It already has.
When you’ve been sufficiently warned about the potential problems of using non-genuine Adobe software, you can’t call it misfortune when something bad happens.
Fix your software or lose key functionality
If not resolved, Adobe may begin disabling key features and functionality within your software.
You may be unable to continue creating work and completing assignments.
Remind me how I ended up here?
This happens to many people–even savvy computer people. It’s usually from third-party resellers who modify software, adding viruses or malware, then sell it at a reduced price. People unwittingly make the purchase, thinking they’ve got the real thing. Instead, they’re potentially exposed to any number of software vulnerabilities.
- Corrupt Files
Your software may not function properly or fail completely, leading to loss of work.
Spyware and other bugs that can destroy or compromise your data.
- Security Breaches
Hackers can create backdoor access to your network, making your information vulnerable.
Here’s how to fix it while you’re ahead.
1. Uninstall the non-genuine software.
2. Replace with genuine Adobe software.
You may need to contact your school’s IT Administrator and, of course, the Adobe Support Team is happy to assist.