It is very expensive anyway. If you buy all the software you say, I guess that you have a salary for more than half a year! Not to mention the latest version of the Photoshop genuine price can reach the iPhone4s of Apple! Don't scare you at all. In fact, Photoshop is not the most expensive software. Some of the most expensive softwares are tens of thousands of dollars. If you look at it, the Window genuine version is really not expensive, haha! But for most of us, it is already price! I think some people say that virtual products are always not as good as physical products, such as what mobile phone can make you face! Hehe, that's all vanity, if some genuine commercial software is used well, the value generates far more than one or two electronic products. Can you use your mobile phone to make money constantly, after all, it is just your own daily necessities, and the mobile phone will also depreciate over time. Good business software can make you more efficiently produce virtual products and sell more. Money, such as making a large website, a software with certain commercial value functions, and even developing game software on the mobile platform to hang on the software download platform for people to download and make money. As a higher level, there are always many stupid people in the world. Don't believe it. Most stupid people and a few smart people. This is the composition of this world, and a few smart people make most stupid people.
Photoshop CS5 3000, absolutely no price. 8000 is a bit expensive, normal is five or six thousand. If you have any questions, you can find me.
There is a difference in price abroad and domestic. Software companies want to sell software to China. The first thing to consider is the level of acceptance of consumers. This and China's property rights protection in software must not have foreign countries. If you want to sell too expensive, it is estimated that the company will use your face to use piracy ...
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