A few updates you want to know about…

If you have not already done so, you should update to Adobe Stock Photos 1.0.7. This is a very worthwhile release, even if you do not use Adobe Stock Photos. It addresses a problem with previous versions of Adobe Stock Photos that would cause Bridge to quit unexpectedly when trying to open a document. This could happen even if you never used Adobe Stock Photos.
To update, select Help > Updates in Bridge or almost any other Adobe applications. Select More Details >>>, then click on Adobe Stock Photos 1.0.7.
If you cannot acces this update for some reason, a workaround is to disable Adobe Stock Photos. To do so, launch Bridge, select Preferences > General > Reveal. In the window that opens, locate the file AdobeStockPhotos.jsx and move this file to your desktop. Quit and re-launch Bridge and Adobe Stock Photos is now disabled.
A couple of other worthwhile updates: Adobe Camera Raw 3.4 and Photoshop 9.0.1.
You can download the ACR 3.4 plug-in for Windows or for Mac OS X.
Follow the installation instructions carefully to make sure you have put the plug-in in the correct location. To verify that you have the plug-in installed correctly, launch Bridge, select the Camera Raw Preferences command (in the Bridge menu on Mac OS and in the Edit menu on Windows). The window title should indicate the correct version.
Photoshop 9.0.1 features enhanced stability and can be downloaded for Windows or for Mac OS.

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