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CORE SYNC HELPER ABSOLUTE SYSTEM RESOURCE DRAIN. Creative Cloud System Bloat and Resource Drain

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May 14, 2021 May 14, 2021

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I've tried uninstalling everything Adobe several times now, completely having everything removed using the Adobe system uninstaller even used 3rd party tools to ensure everything is removed. Then I reinstall from scratch and still run into the same problem. Creative cloud is an absolute hog on system resources, it takes over my system even when I have not run photoshop or lightroom after a fresh system reset. Absolute dumpster fire of a system. Speaking with Adobe support they actually just recommend I close these manually, (every single time?) I remind them that this occurs even when I have not started photoshop or lightroom off a fresh reset and this is the quality support I receive.  The Adobe support says these are necessary to keep everything up to date, I do not understand why Adobe creative cloud needs to sync 24/7 and use system resources even when I use photoshop only a couple times a week. Why do we need 24/7 update monitoring, this is overly aggressive especially given I am a very light user of photoshop and lightroom., it absolutely sabotages old 2014 systems like mine... just brutal. Every single day I go through this. Just madness. Look at the image to see how many I have to close every single day. 

 

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