Here's a look at what's new:
Adobe Lightroom CC:
● Performance improvements: Experience faster performance when moving between photos in Detail View and saving photos to your hard drive.
● Copyright: Easily apply copyright information to imported photos using a new option in the Preferences panel.
● Upright, Guided Upright, and Geometry sliders on Android: Capture the perfect perspective with tools that make it easy to straighten skewed horizontal and vertical lines — including in photos where the horizon is hidden.
Adobe Lightroom Classic:
● Speed improvements: Experience faster performance on machines with 12GB RAM or more when you import and export photos, move between photos in Loupe view, merge HDR images, and create panoramas.
● Collection options: Create photo collections based on existing folders or geolocations using new options in the Folders panel.
● Folder search: Quickly find nested folders using keywords.
Adobe XD CC:
● Vector graphics from CC Libraries: View and drag linked and unlinked vector graphics from Creative Cloud Libraries into XD. Changes you make to icons, illustrations, and other graphics in Adobe Illustrator update seamlessly to XD through CC Libraries.
● Preserve scroll position: When clicking on a wired element, you can now control your position to maintain that place on the next screen without having to scroll from the top.
● Pen and touch support on Windows 10: Use basic pen and touch features as a companion to your mouse and keyboard to create artwork, wire prototypes, navigate layers, and more.
● Layout grids in Design Specs: View layout grids in the Design Specs (Beta) web app so developers can see column grid attributes such as margins and gutter widths.
● Eyedropper in Property Inspector: Based on your feedback, we’ve put the eyedropper back in the Property Inspector so it’s easier to sample colors.
More details can be found in the following blog posts:
● Announcing the February Update to Lightroom Classic
● February 2018 Update of Adobe XD