I have "Show recently added apps" enabled for the Windows 10 Start menu. I noticed that "Notification Manager for Acrobat Reader" was recently added. How can I find out what this is? Searching Adobe turns up nothing.
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We have added a UWP app named "Notification Manager for Adobe Reader" to support push notifications on Win 10 environment. It supports all types of notifications about any change in the status of the documents that you shared for viewing, reviewing and signing. More info is available at Document Cloud notifications.
Can I delete it?
I run a univesity computer lab where Adobe apps are secondary and I would also like to remove this icon for general users and not have Adobe Cloud Desktop open on startup.
No tell us how to turn it OFF!!
I don't want it running on my computer. Please tell us how to remove it, or how to stop it from starting automatically.
I think Adobe should have told software users this on Adobe's own initiative. That is responsible behavior. Now please repair this shortcoming by giving us the proper information at several users' request. Thank you.
I have just turned it off in Win 10 using the sequence Settings -> Privacy -> Background Apps -> Notification Manager for Adobe Acrobat (turn it off)
I'm hoping this is the solution I am looking for - despite turning it of in MSC, Services and Task Scheduler, it still finds a way to try and run. Most recently, it crashed when I did a manual updates check through Acrobat DC.