It seems that the company wants to promote the PC platform to the detriment of the Mac platform, mainly due to the speed of the processors.

Adobe has added a new page (, in which it promotes the use of the PC over the Mac. “In July 2002, an article in Digital Producer Magazine, Charlie White made a comparison between a Mac and a PC, a Dell with Pentium IV at 2.53 GHz versus a 1 GHz PowerMac Dual. This test compares the renderings made with After Effects, Illustrator and Photoshop, which are the programs Most used for video post-production. The final impression was that both machines did not have the same performance in this regard.”

Source: MacMinute.

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