Adobe have now made the decision not to update Dreamweaver but to make it a subscription based product
The move to subscriptions marks a big change for Adobe as it is introducing a subscription model for many of its most popular programs, including Photoshop and Dreamweaver.
Up to now, customers had perpetual access by paying a single fee for Adobe's Creative Suite. From next month, continuing access to the programs, either individually or as a whole, will demand a monthly fee. Standalone versions will still be available but will not be upgraded. The change was announced at Adobe's annual Max conference, at which it details the latest updates to its products. From BBC News