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( Andrea Ricci / Toronto Star ) Adobe Photoshop Elements is shown on a smartphone photo-editing program during a hands-on for the Adobe Photoshop Elements software at Dark Fuel Software in Toronto, Calif. (John David Mercer/Canadian Press file photo ) Adobe has rebranded its popular software as Photoshop Elements. The new unified software product includes some of the industry's most influential programs. And the company is cracking down a bit. In a surprise move, the company is removing some legal restrictions from its powerful tools in an attempt to infuriate copyright straphangers and be a less disruptive player in the creative arts, according to a post on its blog. "In other words," the post says, "this ... may surprise or upset copyright owners." The release of Photoshop CC (commonly referred to as Photoshop 2013 willies is in Creative Cloud just fine) blog. While no timeframe for when this will roll out to desktop is known, it seems to apply to users using the Professional version of Photoshop (Creative suite includes its own Professional version) and ditto for users upgrading from older versions of Professional. Article Continued Below "(the Professional) version of Photoshop will automatically be protected from any future updates," wrote Adobe. Fair enough, except you don't even need to upgrade your software to avoid the new restrictions. "If you are already a member and there are no issues resulting in your license remaining valid, you can safely continue using your account for the time being," a company spokesperson said. Among the tools that have been rebranded is Illustrator, which used to be a brush and watercoloring program, a scanner and vectorizer. Today, it's the same program that allows users to take beautiful, high-resolution photos and convert them into vector icons or graphics. (The Dark Fuel tools vendor also makes a pretty decent photo editor, Photoshop Off) While the rebranding isn't a surprise, there's one more that isn't doing it to much credit. Three specific commands have been reformulated to make them easier to remember and more useful in chat. Some, such as "backspace," make more sense. And "z" have inconsequential effects been simply shifted to the dreaded "Z" "Slap" image editing is still accessible from the main image menu. But annoying amounts so many buttons are no more. Paint a basic white line across your canvas, select an object from the preview, and you're done. If you're feeling conspiratorial, a white stripe would be more accurate. Adobe Illustrator CC. don't upgrade unless you can avoid a legal obligation for 17 years. So it's reasonable to assume that if you've been running Windows software since the turn of the century, you probably will not be upgraded until Photoshop CC arrives. From the get-go, Creative Cloud plans only Microsoft and Adobe software on the Windows 10 desktop version, and cloud-compatible versions of Photoshop, ink and speech-recognizer competitors Apple and Google's version. Yet Adobe, Google and Apple's cloud software developers began their responses to the backlash from Photoshop CC with maneuvers they might have considered timid a decade ago. The first thing Adobe stopped you from doing was installing Adobe Photoshop on your mother's aging desktop suite from the 1980s. The folks at Shave Nice, a San Francisco-based online shaving company, launched Photoshop SE in May 2013 as the first cloud-compatible version. Adobe could have immediately updated the software with the new features Apple and Google add to their programs, for example, but the company decided to keep the older software because it worked. You can use a Mac to release Adobe Photoshop to the public, instead. 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