Q&A: Why is it that some thing as expensive as Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 can only work in a screen DPI of 96 ?

Question by Nirmala: Why is it that some thing as expensive as Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 can only work in a screen DPI of 96 ?
I paid big money and bought the CS4 Adobe suite and now find that the program only supports a screen DPI of 96 . Any higher, and the icons on the screen are clipped. Surely Adobe should have found out this fault before releasing such a professional program to the markert?

Answer:

Answer by Windowphobe
“DPI” doesn’t actually exist on screen: there are pixels only. And Windows, for some reason, considers that one logical inch on the screen equals 96 pixels. (Apple for many years used 72.)

If you need higher-res graphics, Adobe will happily direct you to Photoshop.

What’s the difference between the cheap and the expensive Photoshop CS4?

Question by Chris: What’s the difference between the cheap and the expensive Photoshop CS4?
What’s the difference between the £1000 Photoshop CS4 and the £150 Photoshop CS4? I’m looking to buy it and don’t want to spend loads of money if it’s not necessary.

Best answer:

Answer by KaosuM
You are probably looking at the Photoshop CS4 Extended (everything) and the Photoshop CS4 Elements (basic).

Just goto adobe.com and see what version has what you exactly need. Even download and try the trials.

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