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This review is from: Adobe Illustrator CS5 Full for Windows
Pros: New palettes are very nice, basically this is perfect software. Illustrator is a real powerhouse and isn't really that hard to learn.
Cons: None - this is the standard.
Other Thoughts: Get a small Wacom tablet for this program, it will really help you navigate around and of course do the drawing, use the pen tool, etc. As will most Adobe products this one is also well supported with training videos from Total Training; an excellent way to learn this wonderful application.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Adobe Photoshop CS5 for Windows - Full Version
Pros: The new palettes are very nice, other new features/tools very nice also.
Obviously, this is highly evolved and exceptionally well developed software. Nearly perfect. BTW, running this right now on a (stripped) win7 32 bit platform with only 2 gigs of RAM and 1 gig on the graphics card - works fine. LOL. File sizes less than 200 megs, no problem.
Cons: None. Worth the price, this is the real deal.
Other Thoughts: Such nice software to use. So well organized and set-up for the end user. The Adobe Bridge file browser comes with this, and is also very good and super useful. Bridge seems more powerful now than w/ CS2.
Get a Wacom Intuos tablet for this (and illustrator) you will not be disappointed. There are Wacom brushes already in Photoshop, and (of course) it supports the pressure sensitivity etc. in the Wacom tablets.
Pros: Second time around for this cooler, both times it's impressed me how quiet and cool it is. Using it to cool a 2.8 ghz Athlon II x2 65 watt chip. Very low temps. Nice to know it works well on hotter chips, too. May need to upgrade chip in a year or something...
Cons: None. Totally worth the money for sure.
Other Thoughts: Have tried less expensive coolers with similar design; these are worth the extra $'s, IMO.READ FULL REVIEW