It's interesting that while they earn more, they even try to work less, dropping support for operating systems still supported by the vendor - Windows 7 still runs on 42% Windows machines, according to Netmarketshare. It is true they may think those are low-end machines, but that's not fully true - since many users weren't happy to migrate to Windows 10, especially for the lack of control. The latest update had to be retired for a while because it could delete users files due to a bug not caught.Then it crashed with HP keyboards drivers. Some people prefer to avoid such risks, and work on a stable system.
I've just told the CC stuff to update the apps, including Lightroom Classic. I just had a phone call from a friend who says that some of his clients are having some kind of issue with the new version of Acrobat, but he doesn't know what yet. It may be just that something moved.