I have two windows 10 machines, one at home and one at my office. I work back and forth between both machines.
My office still uses 2019 and the admins there have not installed 2020, and apparently do not want to. Creative Cloud auto-installed 2020 on my home machine, and I would like to not use it and use CC 2019 instead, so that the work is compatible with my office machine.
Is there anyway to uninstall the 2020 versions and go back to 2019 CC and stay there?
Thank you for any help.
You can uninstall 2020 from the CC app and then install the previous versions, if you have both versions installed it would be best to uninstall 2019 first and then uninstall 2020 and then reinstall 2019, that way it should not cause issues with file associations
Also turn off this option in the Creative Cloud preferences if it's enabled
thanks - i might try that.
The uninstall option seems to have been removed on 2020 (v.24.02), the worst version yet, performance wise.
How do we unistall this spinning ball version and go back to to 2019 version?
I wish I knew.
Every since this install was basically forced on me one night while I slept, I've been plagued with "coresync" issues when I try to shut down as well.
I have it set so that most files will open with the 2019 version, but some, I cannot - such as EPS - they will always open with the 2020 versions.
Turns out being able to install older versions in CC is a setting you can toggle on and off.
CC Settings / Apps / Show Older Apps.
Going to reinstall the older version till they get this version working.