How do I stop Adobe from runing 5,000 processes in the background?

Participant ,
Oct 26, 2020 Oct 26, 2020

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I've set Creative Cloud to not start when I log in.

Howver, if I even touch an Adobe product, not only does Adobe Creative Cloud start, but so does Creative Cloud Desktop, multiple Adobe CEF Helper instances, Adobe Genius Software Integration, multiple Adobe Spaces Helper, CCLibraries, CCX Processes, Creative Cloud Helper, Creative Cloud (32 bit), and maybe others with more obscure names.

 

I also don't appreciate the Cloud icons taking up space in my system tray.

 

There's no way that all these are necessary. How do I stop all these excessive services from starting, and just run Photoshop or Illustrator, and have them just run by themselves like normal software?

 

 

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Cloud storage web assets, Collaboration, File sync, Libraries

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Oct 26, 2020 Oct 26, 2020

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Same here, Adobe Update Service is not getting disabled after asking it to do so. Impossible to actually avoid the start-up launch, this is getting frustrating.

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