While this is not terrible, it's still annoying and it looks like it has been going on since a recent update. It makes me wonder what else may be wrong.
It's easy enough to switch one device off and turn the other on, but still it is unsettling.
While I am at it, I wanted to bring up that many professional users of Adobe product have often more than 2 devices. With the advent of Pad like devices (like iPad, surface pro, etc.) it is not unusual for a professional like me to use 3 devices at once. If nothing else to keep a program going on one devoice while making changes in another program and maybe using the Pad device as a tablet to draw.
I am not there yet, I may be purchasing a Surface Pro from a friend soon, and having to turn my laptop or desktop on and off depending on where I am doing the work will be annoying.
I think Adobe should think about allowing 3 devices with our subscriptions. Maybe with some restriction like having all 3 being on the same network if used at the same time (to avoid giving a friend a permanent freebie? I am trying to put myself in Adobe shoes) and having the third device "slaved" to an active device. In otehr words, I understand Adobe's fear of piracy, but there must be a way for us to use 3 devices at once in our offices should we have the need to.