Hi, I recently went from standalone to CC and it is using a lot of system resources. There are dozens of services and making it hard to use my computer. Can someone advise on how to use the new adobe platform without everything hanging and crashing. 45% CPU and a lot of RAM
How to disable a program in Windows startup -Right click the 'window pane' in the very bottom left corner of the Windows desktop -Select Task Manager in the pop up option window -Click More details if you don't see startup -Select the Startup tab inside Task Manager -Select the program you want to disable -Click Disable in the bottom right corner -BE VERY CAREFUL WHAT YOU DISABLE SO YOU DON'T STOP WINDOWS FROM RUNNING
I'm familiar with how to enable and disable services in Windows; I'm just not sure how to reduce the number of services related to CC. At the moment, there are at least ten. If I disable one, it just reappears; this is untenable as I cannot work with software that consumes such vast amounts of system resources.
this is new to me; older versions od creative suite (I have 5.5) ran fine without the need for cloud, desktop, icpbroker, updater and many other services. what is the logic on the side of adobe on this?