Adobe today released new version of Photoshop CC with many new features for designers and photographers like improved Layer Comps to enable you to sync changes across multiple comps, to new Blur Gallery motion effects like Spin Blur and Path Blur, to Focus Mask which automatically selects the area of an image that is in-focus, to improved type and font capabilities, and even more 3D printing enhancements. At the Surface Pro 3 launch event, Adobe said that they will be adding touch/stylus support to Photoshop, and they have done that now.
We continue to adapt Photoshop to the latest hardware available as well. In this release, we are dramatically improving our stylus support under Windows 8.1, with out-of-the-box support for practically any stylus, and smoother strokes for drawing, painting and illustration.
We are also introducing a new Experimental Features capability in Photoshop CC. By turning on one of these features, our customers can get an early preview of some of the work going on behind the scenes. This version of Photoshop CC has experimental support for a 200% scaled UI on Windows for high DPI monitors, 4k displays, and tablet devices. Also included is experimental support for Windows touch gestures. Note that both of these features are already supported on Mac operating systems.