Careful updating to Adobe Premiere Pro 2020 and keeping your older Premiere versions installed 25
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Jay Versluis

Hi Scott, thanks for the article! I’ve recently fallen into the trap of updating Premiere Pro to 2020, and since then my computer crashes during rendering. Sadly on Windows, I don’t seem to have the option of keeping older version around – like I have on my Mac. As of September 2020, it’s either “auto-update” (and keep older versions around), or “manual update” without the option to keep older versions, always overwriting them.

Also, installing an older version manually no longer leaves the option of having multiple versions installed in parallel. I haven’t tried this on Mac yet, and I’m in no hurry to press that update button anytime soon. On Windows I did that, I’m very much regretting it. I’ve reached out to Adobe about this fatal design flaw, and they said that for “enterprise customer” things look different, but for stupid plebs like us, well we’ll just have to live with the way things are designed. They really love their customers…

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