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If I want cloud sync I install it. This shyte needs to go die in a fire yesterday. That you can not uninstall this is unacceptable too. I do not need it, I do not want it and I certainly do not appreciate 10+ utterly useless and (adobe typical) unoptimized processes leeching processing power.
By the way, for anyone as annoyed by this adware as me:
You can disable the services in windows control panel (just set all adobe services to manual, and disable any autostart) without this having any negative effect on the rest of the suite. even updates still are notified normally the system just does not start that useless bloatware during bootup and annoys you every 2 seconds.
While still not the optimal solution - which would be not having the creative cloud installed at all - this at least relegates that pile of steaming ... code ... to a bunch of files collecting virtual dust on your drive.Anonymous supported this idea ·