25 Years of Adobe - Adobe Goes After the Desktop

By eweek  |  Posted 2007-12-13 Print this article Print
25 Years of Adobe - Adobe Goes After the Desktop
By the late ‘90s, it had become clear that Quark, not Adobe, was the desktop publishing program vendor of choice. Adobe responded by taking the best of PageMaker and FrameMaker, which Adobe acquired in 1995, along with its own ideas, to create In
Twenty-five years ago, Adobe's founders thought they had a better idea concerning how to handle on-screen fonts: PostScript. Today, Adobe is one of the top-dogs in digital photography, with Photoshop; print publishing, with InDesign and Web publishing, wi

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