WRITTEN BY CHRISTOPHER WANG (peace ADVISOR)
To access the resources, you must first go to this link: https://software.berkeley.edu/ . An alternative method would be to Google search “Berkeley Free Software”. Works for me every time, and I just tell people to do that rather than spell out the URL letter by letter in person. After reaching the website, one sees a list of companies and categories that they belong to. Click a company and you will be redirected to an instructions page on how to use the software.
For Microsoft and Adobe, they lead to the same resource: http://ucbwah.onthehub.com/ . This website features a CalNet login and acts as the main storefront for the software. On this page, you should be able to select the programs you want to download. Add them to your cart, and then checkout. I highly recommend you save the license key by screenshotting it and sending it to yourself via email or storing it in Dropbox, because it does expire after 30 days (only on the website, it remains a valid key forever).
After that, download the installer and follow the on-screen instructions. Use the license key you received after starting the program as it will ask for one to be inputted. Then you have a real, fully licensed copy of whatever you chose to download. Enjoy your Windows 10, Microsoft Office, or Creative Suite!