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Adobe Updates Photoshop CC 2015
If you’ve added a Surface Pro to your kit, you’ll be happy to know that the latest Photoshop CC update offers a touchable interface so you can swipe, scroll and tap to your heart’s content when you’re in the field. Be prepared for a new Start page with access to files, libraries and preset (and custom) documents, along with tutorials and other assets. For better efficiency, the toolbar is now editable, with options to show/hide/nest the tools of your choice. Each custom arrangement can be saved and recalled to fit different workflows. A Quick Export feature can also be customized for additional efficiency and you can batch export an image in multiple sizes. There are many other updates and enhancements to this release and although most are aimed at designers, you should check them out on the Adobe blog or in the video below.