The Creative Cloud Services update process absoultely kills my machine when it's running. My screen flickers multiple times the PC becomes unresponsive to the mouse and keyboard (extreme lag). I have a fairly powerful PC ( i9-9900K, 64 GB RAM) and it amazes me how this process just kills my machine.
Is there anyway to reschedule this task to run off hours to prevent interuptions in my productivity? I cannot find any process in the Task Scheduler related to this and I cannot find any setting in preferneces other than to turn auto updates off.
Any help is appreciated.
Cloud storage web assets, Collaboration, File sync, Libraries
Adobe Community Professional, Mar 31, 2021Mar 31, 2021
kglad • Adobe Community Professional, Mar 31, 2021Mar 31, 2021
there's no scheduling inherent to the cc desktop app but you can disable* auto-updates and then, after you're notified updates are available and you can take a computer break, update your apps. * file>preferences>apps>updates if you want to disable the cc desktop app's auto-update, file>preferences>general>