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After installing Creative Cloud on the MacBook Pro 16 (2019) without other Adobe apps, problems immediately arise, and it's been going on since late fall.
Strong fan noise, the system is loaded, look at the monitoring utility.
Please forward the information to your specialists.
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it looks like your cc library is over-working trying to sync something.
open your cc desktop app
click the your work tab
copy all the library files you need to your local computer
delete all the library files in your cc app or from your cc web page
restart your computer
Thanks so much for the tip, but I don't use file sync. I stopped it right away.
Your hint helped to solve the problem.
I enabled synchronization in the app, went to the cloud library and deleted the file or folder that appeared there (I still have nothing to synchronize).
I closed and rebooted.
Again CCXProcess gave a load of 99%
I repeated the original steps again and rebooted the Mac.
The problem was gone!
Thank you for your advice!
The problem is back again!
Adobe applications have not been used during this time.
The CCXProcess has started up again at 100%. When browsing the internet with a browser.
Repeatedly reinstalling the application on a clean system before did not help.
if you use your activity monitor to terminate ccx, does that stop al your problems?
if not, using a browser that allows popups and cookies, contact adobe support during pst business hours by clicking here, https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html
click contact us (= cryptic icon in the lower right)
in the chat field, type AGENT
be patient, it can take quite a while to reach a human
Ending the process in the process monitor certainly helps.
Sorry to bother you, I will not write any more,
I'll try to find a solution myself.
Thanks again for the tip about the library and synchronization. Probably something is preventing it.
The request is closed!
p.s. if you find a solution, please post it here.