The image of Venus was replaced (albeit still accessible via easter egg) in Illustrator CS (11.0) and CS2 (12.0) by a stylized flower to conform to the Creative Suite's nature imagery. In CS3, Adobe changed the suite branding once again, to simple colored blocks with two-letter abbreviations, resembling a periodic table of elements. Illustrator was represented by the letters Ai in white against an orange background (oranges and yellows were prominent color schemes in Illustrator branding going back as far as version 4.0). The CS4 icon is almost identical, except for a slight alteration to the font and the color which is dark gray. The CS5 icon is also virtually the same, except that this time the logo is like a box, along with all the other CS5 product logos, with the "Ai" bright yellow. CS6 changed it a bit to a brown square with a yellow border and yellow lettering, and in CC 2014 the colors were upgraded to a sharper tone and thinner borders.
All of these CC 2014 trials are supported on Mac OS X or Windows (32-bit x86 and 64-bit x64), with the exception of Muse, Flash Pro, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Audition, Prelude, SpeedGrade, and Scout, which are 64-bit only. Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign/InCopy, and Dreamweaver include both 32-bit and native 64-bit Windows versions in the table above (see which you need). For more details, see the complete set of system requirements for Creative Cloud 2014, and make sure your machine meets the minimum specs for the product(s) you want. 2b1af7f3a8