When I attempt to uninstall an app, don't make me first UPDATE Adobe CC. Just let me do what I need to do, and uninstall an app. I'm a big boy. I can figure out when to update my CC on my own. If I need the update to install other features, that's fine - just give me an option to cancel the update to CC, warn me that I can't install anything new until I do, and then give me options to uninstall. That might also be a good idea for all the other complaints about people who no longer have Adobe accounts who want to uninstall. Let them open CC to uninstall things, but if they don't have an account, they can't install new stuff. That's really what you're after right? CC is a decent enough system. I do like being able to update all my things in one location. But if I need to quickly get in and uninstall some apps to make room for a large data project, then I shouldn't have to waste time first UPDATING CC. It should go "Update?" Cancel. "Can install updates to apps until you update. OK?" OK. Done. Simple.
Adobe CC does not work on my win 7 64 bit. I can not get rid of it. when I try, I get message can not delete because there is something still open. what ever is open I can't find it.
Lastly, I was told adobe does no longer work on win 7?