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Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 is the first version of Adobe Dreamweaver to be developed in-house by Adobe Systems after its acquisition of Macromedia. It replaced Adobe GoLive and was included with Adobe Creative Suite 3 Web Standard, Web Premium, Design Premium, and Master Collection.

End of support[]

In July 2017, activation servers for CS3 applications were shut down. Registered users who wished to continue using Dreamweaver CS3 after that date could use their valid serial number to download a new installer from Adobe that could be activated without contacting a server.[1] In December 2019, Adobe stopped providing CS3 downloads entirely.[2]

References[]

  1. CS3 Activation Server Retired by Jeff_Arola, Adobe Support Community. 2017-07-28.
  2. CS3, Acrobat 8 ~ Activation Servers Retired by Nancy_OShea, Adobe Support Community. 2017-07-26 / 2019-12-18.

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