Adobe Has No Excuse To Not Support Linux Anymore

A number of Linux users have wished they could have certain Adobe programs on the platform, while many Adobe users would switch to Linux IF Adobe supported it. Adobe claims there are too many Linux distributions to support as well as not enough people who would purchase it for Linux, but now with some of the newer package types available, Adobe doesn’t exactly have an excuse! I’ll discuss this today on Joey’s Totally Tech!Visit our new website and sign up for the e-mail list at https://joeystotallytech.com!Recommended books:How Linux Works – https://amzn.to/3dITrMeLinux Basics for Hackers – https://amzn.to/2YFSAaCMastering Linux Shell Scripting – https://amzn.to/3eIw2vxLinux Pocket Guide – https://amzn.to/31pnEgPThis week’s news: Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference Recap Microsoft is shutting down Mixer and partnering with Facebook Microsoft is permanently closing its retail stores Amazon Launches Counterfeit Crimes Unit to fight knockoffs in its store AWS Launches Amazon Honeycode, a no code mobile and web app builder You can use Snapchat’s augmented reality camera to identify dog breeds and plant species Facebook will start labeling violating posts from politicians, but critics are saying it’s not enough Facebook testing Forecast, an app used for making world event predictions Spotify is Testing Interactive Podcast Ads So You Never Have to Remember a Promo Code Again Google to start paying some publishers for news articles Journalists Phone hacked by new ‘Invisible’ technique The Arctic Circle Hit 101 degrees Fahrenheit Last Saturday, its hottest temperature ever There is a Lab where Robots Run Their Own Experiments Scientists Have Used Dopamine to Seamlessly Merge Artificial and Biological Neurons A One-Time Neuron Treatment Reversed Parkinson’s Disease in Mice Waymo and Volvo team up to create electric robotaxis Amazon is set to buy Zoox for $1 Billion + Flying cars are here! The World’s Smallest Motor! Far-UVC Light Safely Kills Airborne Coronaviruses An AI Robot is Cast in the Lead Role of a $70M Sci-Fi Film The US Military Really Wants To Have Nuclear Thermal Propulsion— This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app— Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/joeystotallytech/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joeystotallytech/supportSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/joeys-totally-tech/exclusive-content