Node.js server side javascript takes all bandwidth at pc startup

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Nov 27, 2020

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Recently my pc can't access internet or is slow getting email whenever i start up the pc.

From Windows 10 task manager i noticed my full bandwidth is used for download and i see this was caused by Node.js which resides under Creative Cloud folder.

What is this doing at startup? Syncing? I don't sync anything. Before i didn't experience this problem until last month.

Can i disable and remove this node.js? Its ridiculous CC software takes up all my bandwidth...please program the software and any updates better!

This occurs on both pc where i have CC software installed. All happening at first startup of the pc.

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Node.js server side javascript takes all bandwidth at pc startup

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Recently my pc can't access internet or is slow getting email whenever i start up the pc.

From Windows 10 task manager i noticed my full bandwidth is used for download and i see this was caused by Node.js which resides under Creative Cloud folder.

What is this doing at startup? Syncing? I don't sync anything. Before i didn't experience this problem until last month.

Can i disable and remove this node.js? Its ridiculous CC software takes up all my bandwidth...please program the software and any updates better!

This occurs on both pc where i have CC software installed. All happening at first startup of the pc.

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UPDATE: it's the damn node.exe under C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Creative Cloud Experience\libs that takes up whole bandwidth at startup. Kill the process and i got my speed back.

I use Netbalancer now to limit all these CC bandwidth abusers.

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