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    Adobe LR-4 released

    LR is out of beta and final release is now available at http://www.adobe.com

    The betas will work until 3/31/12.

    The US price has dropped to $149.00 for a new user (might change eventually) and $79.00 for an upgrade from I belief all earlier versions but definitely for LR-3.

    From my beta experiences I feel LR-4 is a very significant and useful upgrade over LR-3. I would certainly recommend it.

    UPDATE: Windows XP users see Pavel's important message below. Thank's T-Lama
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    Re: Adobe LR-4 released

    I downloaded and upgraded to it last night, had a quick play but still to eveluate it properly.

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    Re: Adobe LR-4 released

    For Windows Vista and 7 only... now where is the XP compatibility? I don't want to upgrade the whole system, as the support for older programs just sucks.
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    Re: Adobe LR-4 released

    XP is an old operating system now, time moves and you must move with it

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    Re: Adobe LR-4 released

    You could think about dual-booting... it doesn't even have to be that complicated.

    All I do is have 2 hard drives, one with Windows 7 and an old one with XP... then if I need XP for something I just go into the BIOS and change the boot priority of the drives.

    Another option is running XP as a virtual PC on a Windows 7 machine.
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