Can I MacBook air 2010 base model run adobe ca5 standard?

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    Hey, just wanted to know for sure, can a MacBook air 2010 base model run adobe cs5 standard, and if so does it run good? Or does it crash etc thanks
     
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    Yes it can run.....and as long as you don't have too many apps or big images open it runs well.
    It would be better to have 4Gb of RAM though!
     
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    It will run fine, although in CPU intensive tasks it won't be the fastest.
     
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    What specific "adobe cs5 standard" application(s) are you talking about and what do you use it/them for?
    Btw, there are two MBA models, the 11" and the 13". The 13" will not have problems, the 11" will be slower, but depending on your usage, you will not have any problems.
     
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    I have the 11' base model. I use photoshop and indesign. I'm pretty much just learning it.
     
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    Just for the record i have the base model 11" MacBook air
     
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    I may even use Illustrator too
     

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