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Adobe GC Client Applilcation.exe causes constant high CPU usage

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May 13, 2020

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This is a problem I've seen before.  I'm on Windows 10, running Creative Cloud for the occasional time I need Photoshop and a few other programs, and there's a process "Adobe GC Client Application (32 bit).exe" that is continually running and eating up 25% of the CPU (as noted in Task Manager and Resources Monitor). On my laptop, that causes my fan to continually run high, and is generally annoying.

 

How can I decrease the load of this Adobe program on the CPU?  It is quite annoying, and leads to a general feeling that Adobe's software is bloating my system.

 

Thank you for any help.

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Adobe GC Client Applilcation.exe causes constant high CPU usage

New Here ,
May 13, 2020

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This is a problem I've seen before.  I'm on Windows 10, running Creative Cloud for the occasional time I need Photoshop and a few other programs, and there's a process "Adobe GC Client Application (32 bit).exe" that is continually running and eating up 25% of the CPU (as noted in Task Manager and Resources Monitor). On my laptop, that causes my fan to continually run high, and is generally annoying.

 

How can I decrease the load of this Adobe program on the CPU?  It is quite annoying, and leads to a general feeling that Adobe's software is bloating my system.

 

Thank you for any help.

Topics

Account management, CC FAQ, Creative Cloud, Exchange, Installation

Views

494

Likes

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Be kind and respectful, give credit to the original source of content, and search for duplicates before posting. Learn more

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