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  1. Adam

    Wow, this is awesome, thank you !

  2. a-KiRa β„’

    Thx for this course πŸ™‚

  3. starling

    can’t believe this is free

    many thanks

  4. ST

    Yay
    This is great! How can i download? – I’m not always connected to the Internet.

    • Hi, that’s a great question. The videos are available in either HD (high definition) or SD (standard definition) by right-clicking the streaming content window – but as far as we know, it’s not possible to download the videos to your computer or device for offline viewing later.

      But if you do figure out some way to do it, please post back here to let us know!

  5. davs

    @ProDesignTools

    if you are on PC you can download any movie stream to your computer from any site using internet download manager.

    I don’t think its free but its a must-have program if you are PC user.
    you can even set up a whole bunch of lists with streams and download them another day.
    you can also in most cases pause and continue the download later another day, month etc.

    what it does is gives you a button in your browser above any streaming or embedded movie file with options to chose from list of download locations – make a new list – chose one of location on your drive – download now – save for late etc.

  6. Daphne

    This is an impressive class and so helpful.
    Really appreciate it!

  7. Cindy

    The Photoshop CC Tutorial will not run on my computer. It loads fine, but when I click the forward arrow to play, nothing happens. What am I doing wrong? Thank you.

    • Hello Cindy, we haven’t heard of anyone else having any problems, so not sure why you’re having difficulties. Our first suggestion would be to try it with a different web browser, another computer, or different device (like a tablet or smartphone with Wi-Fi) and see if that works better for you.

      Also make sure you’re not blocking or filtering anything with your browser(s) – like cookies, downloads, or any sites or URLs – or running utilities like Ghostery, AdBlock, or Disconnect. Or possibly it could be your firewall, antivirus program (esp. Kaspersky), or other third-party security software – so if you’re still having any issues, then you may want to try temporarily turning those things off.

      Hope that helps!

  8. Sapna

    thnkssssssssssssssssssssssss

  9. Kenny

    Thank you very much guys, you just made my day… i have been looking for this for many years

  10. Catarina

    Hello,

    I wish to take the free course. What should I do?

    • Hey there Catarina, just follow one of the links given in the article above, or you can take it here… Then click the “Learn Now – Free” button at the upper right.

      The Adobe KnowHow site will ask you to log in with either Facebook, Google, or your Adobe ID (free to create). That’s to enroll in the course and keep track of your progress throughout the lessons, and then issue you a Certificate of Completion once you’ve finished the training.

      You can stop and start the tutorials as necessary and proceed at your own pace through the chapters, as all videos are played for you on-demand.

      Over 10,000 people have already enrolled in this extensive course. The tuition fee has been waived, so you have nothing to lose.

  11. Edward

    Extremely excellent.

    Regards.

  12. Roushu

    This is amazing, really thank you.

  13. Andrew

    There are 23 chapters indeed but only 166 videos overall (not 176 as it’s claimed). Anyway, a very good work.

  14. jackie

    any courses on pse ?

  15. Allan

    Missing the audio on the 13 hour course ?
    can you tell me why please …..

    • Hey Allan, not sure why you had a problem with the audio. We have no issues with it at all, and no one else has reported any difficulties.

      Did you try using a different web browser or another computer or device? Or check with another audio-generating website on your computer like Pandora?

  16. Hai Tran

    Can’t get the courses, I always get error when visit the link above: “The system encountered an error. Login once again and try. If the problem persists, contact the technical support team.”

  17. Gary

    Has this course been taken down? None of the links work for me…

  18. N-Jay

    I can’t seem to access the 13 hour Photoshop Course. I thought I had struck gold when I found it, but every link I click on says “The system encountered an error. Login once again and try. If the problem persists, contact the technical support team.”

    I would really love to see this. I’m logged into adobe.com with my Adobe ID, is this what is required?

    Thanks!

  19. @ProDesignTools
    I’m having the same problem and I’ve tried it on Safari, Chrome, and Firefox

    • Hmm, very odd… Just tested and the same thing happened here – never seen that before. Looks like there is a glitch on their site.

      But no worries, we just found a workaround:

       1. Click on the course’s intro loading page here first.

       2. Choose “Sign in with Adobe”, and then enter your Adobe ID and password. Check the “Stay signed in” box.

       3. Now come back here and again visit the main free 13-hour Photoshop course link.

       4. Here’s the key. If it doesn’t come up, then go to the address bar of your browser and change the link’s text to be “course” instead of “courselanding” – and then hit the Enter key. You should now see the first lesson of the course ready to play!


      If it still doesn’t work, then try these same steps carefully with another/different web browser, and/or clear your browser’s cache & cookies and retry 1-2-3-4.

      Please let us know if that helps, or if you have any other difficulties.

  20. @ProDesignTools
    Thank you for the quick response! Unfortunately, now I am getting a different error page that says “The requested item is not found.” Also, when I check out the selection of courses available on the site, it doesn’t appear to be listed. Is it possible it’s been taken down?

    • No, the free Photoshop CC course has definitely not been taken down… It is absolutely still available. We just went there and played a couple chapters from it to verify.

      In fact, the same glitch seems to affect other free courses like Getting Started with Adobe Photoshop Elements.

      But the workaround we posted above should get around this so that these courses work again.

      In the meantime, we are notifying Adobe about the issue, so hopefully it won’t be bothersome for much longer.

      However, it does seem as if the older free course for Photoshop CS6/CS5 has indeed been removed… (that might be what’s giving you the “The requested item is not found” message)

  21. Not working for me, I logged in to Adobe KnowHow page and visited the Photoshop CC link here, but it said “The requested item is not found” at http://knowhow.adobe.com/courselanding/adobe-photoshop-cc-tutorials-beginners

    I posted this giveaway news on my site at http://www.webmasteroffers.com/premium-13-hours-training-course-23-chapters-166-video-tutorials-now-free/ but members can’t access the courses like me, and they’re asking me fix it too.

    Please fix it.
    Thanks

  22. Thanks again for looking into it! I checked and rechecked but I was still unable to get it to work for me. I did find a different workaround, however. I checked out the archived version of the course landing page at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine (April 5th), copied the link for adding the course from there, and it finally opened up for me. Weird!

    • Weird, but clever! Glad to hear you got it working.

      We have alerted Adobe to the difficulty that some people are having with directly accessing the course landing page, so hopefully it will be taken care of soon.

      For now, we were able to use either of the workarounds given in these recent comments to successfully load the free CC course page.

  23. Brad

    I tried all the links listed above and thought it was going to be successful as there were a few different sites, but when I clicked on one of the lessons I get the message below: “The system encountered an error. Login once again and try. If the problem persists, contact the technical support team.” thanks for any assistance.

  24. Brad

    Thanks for the pointers. I tried the links above after logging into Adobe Know How. It looked promising but I also got the “The requested item is not found.” So I moved to the next two links and got the “Page cannot be displayed due to robots.txt. See http://www.adobeknowhow.com robots.txt page. Learn more about robots.txt.” on the wayback machine web page. Thanks again.

    • Sorry you’re having trouble Brad… We just tested the first workaround posted above, and it worked perfectly to get around the “system encountered an error…” message and successfully load the Photoshop course page. Use a new or different browser window, and be sure to follow the steps carefully.

      If still no luck, then clear your browser cache & cookies, and retry.

  25. N-Jay

    I finally found a link that works for me https://www.adobeknowhow.com/courselanding/adobe-photoshop-cc-tutorials-beginners
    The other workarounds didn’t work for me.

    • Hey N-Jay, glad to hear you got it going – but that’s the same link as what we posted in the article above…

      In other words, that link won’t work either at the moment, without doing the above workaround first.

      So, it must be that one of the recommended workarounds actually worked for you, which is good news.

      Meanwhile, we have reported the issue to two contacts at Adobe, but haven’t heard anything back yet.

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