Photoshop and CS2 FREE…Don’t Miss This!

Photoshop cs2 free download

Yes, you got it right…Adobe is just giving away Photoshop and the rest of the Creative Suite 2!

Apparently Adobe just grew weary of keeping the activation servers going that supported the legitimate installs.

So now Adobe says …come and get it 🙂

Don’t miss out…head over HERE now and grab your very own legitimate copy of Photoshop AND CS2 FREE!

If what you need is a quick image editor, this is perfect for you! Photoshop CS2 still does all the basic stuff, just not the fancy new ‘content aware‘ things.

But this is free afterall, so head on over to and start downloading:)

Note: The install for Mac is really for Power PC devices, so you will need Mac OS X v.10.2.8–v.10.3.8 or Rosetta for it to work.


This software is free for re-downloading if you bought it before, however, it will work even though you haven’t bought it, but it won’t work on newer systems like Windows 8. As a result Dreamlight does not encourage members to download it for free…

If you decide to do so, then that would have to be a personal decision.

-Val Cameron/Dreamlight

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6 Responses to “Photoshop and CS2 FREE…Don’t Miss This!”

  1. Janos July 10, 2013 at 4:23 pm #

    I think it is not quite free. You have to accept the following:

    ‘The serial numbers provided as a part of the download may only be used by customers who legitimately purchased CS2 or Acrobat 7 and need to maintain their current use of these products.’

  2. Alan Bard Newcomer July 10, 2013 at 5:01 pm #

    they added the disclaimer to the serial numbers after they first shut down the servers… weren’t there when many folks downloaded the software.
    But remember not to blindly toss that old computer that runs stuff okay, away.
    The newest Creative suite is only available by subscription… I mean you never bought anything from them anyway, just a license to use it…

    note as for that accepting part. I have a legitimate copy of CS1 that won’t install. I have various PS I bought that no longer function because they are incompatible. And adobe never bothered to release patches to keep my license working…
    For a lot of web stuff PS 3 is fine… when you think about it.
    I had a copy of CS1, went thru all the registration, then had a friend who needed it… did everything necessary to transfer it… only to be told by Adobe it wasn’t registered anyway. Thanks I wasted an hour registering it in the first place then more time attempting to transfer it when all I had to do was hand it over.
    Note: if you make money off the product you should buy it…
    And hey, remember not to store your stuff in the cloud without backing it up on earth…

  3. Eric July 10, 2013 at 9:27 pm #

    I have CS4 on a main computer, but downloaded and installed CS2
    on my laptop. Adobe doesn’t support CS2 with fixes or updates and
    doesn’t verify if you have ever purchased from them. They are
    preparing to go to all “Cloud” subscriptions and are trying to
    attract a larger user base. My opinion.

  4. Barbara Bland July 11, 2013 at 8:13 am #

    Hi Val
    I’ve been running CS2 on Windows 8 without any major issues. It can be a tad ‘Glitchy’ with the way in reacts under certain situations but
    generally it’s quite usable including most all of the plethora od plugins I have many of which can be termed as Vintage.


  5. Janet Weber July 11, 2013 at 11:09 am #

    It work fine under windows 7 and 8. Just install the program separately, don’t install using the the creative suite installer.

  6. heathert July 14, 2013 at 12:45 pm #

    Thank you so much for this wonderful deal. I now have a great collection of CS2 products. Because I owned products Acrobat 7, I was able to do this.

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