Can I uninstall CCXProcess

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Jan 27, 2021 Jan 27, 2021

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Does anyone know what will happen when I turn off CCXProcess?

CCXprocess is consuming so much CPU that I am going to disable it (then uninstall) it.

 

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I have read: https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/adobe-background-processes.html.
- Not helpful.

Other articles/posts returned by search are less helpful/relvant.

 

Environment
- Win10 10.0.19042 build 19042
- Creative Cloud 5.3.1.470
- Apps 5.3.1.470
- CoreSync 4.5.0.6
- CCX Process 4.1.3.1
- CC Library 3.9.27.3
- Ps 22.1.1
- Lr 10.1.1 2101041610-8c69aa4e
- ACR 13.1

- Creative Cloud Desktop is disabled (and will be uninstalled)


More generally

Is it possible to run Ps and Lr Classic WITHOUT ANY of the creative cloud applications?
- Manual updates are fine.
- Creative cloud services (storage, stock, sync, et al.) are not useful.

 

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Explorer , Jan 27, 2021 Jan 27, 2021
Possible AnswerPosting this question returned this thread: https://community.adobe.com/t5/download-install/why-is-ccxprocess-devouring-bandwidth/td-p/10192028?page=1- specifically the post by eduardodyf Testing now

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Explorer , Jan 28, 2021 Jan 28, 2021
The computer runs much faster with CCXprocess disabled and without loss of functionality. It also boots faster.Caveat: I do not use any cloud stuff. Thanks to eduardodyf for the post.

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Posting this question returned this thread: https://community.adobe.com/t5/download-install/why-is-ccxprocess-devouring-bandwidth/td-p/10192028?...

- specifically the post by eduardodyf

 

Testing now

 

 

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The computer runs much faster with CCXprocess disabled and without loss of functionality. It also boots faster.

Caveat: I do not use any cloud stuff.

 

Thanks to eduardodyf for the post.

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