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Switched from mac to Windows 10

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Jul 06, 2020

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I switched from using mac to Windows 10 and I downloaded Adobe CC and Photoshop. But I want to access the Creative Cloud files the same way I can on the mac. I like accessing the CC files from the Finder navigation bar in the mac BUT the Folders navigation bar for Windows 10 PC doesn't have a folder for those CC files. I have to visit the actual app>your work>launch>files and it leads me to the website with my files in it. Not only that but I have to go through the hassle of updating each file individually instead of automatically saving them.

Is there a way I can put CC in my Windows 10 PC navigation bar?

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Correct answer by Just Shoot Me | Adobe Community Professional

Open the CC desktop app and Set the folder, Drive and name of Folder, you want to use to store your CC files that are now Synced with the Adobe Cloud service. Once that is done Enable the Sync feature in the CC desktop app, The Cloud Icon in the upper right hand tool bar, and Hopefully whatever you have synced will be downloaded to your Win 10 PC.

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Switched from mac to Windows 10

Community Beginner ,
Jul 06, 2020

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I switched from using mac to Windows 10 and I downloaded Adobe CC and Photoshop. But I want to access the Creative Cloud files the same way I can on the mac. I like accessing the CC files from the Finder navigation bar in the mac BUT the Folders navigation bar for Windows 10 PC doesn't have a folder for those CC files. I have to visit the actual app>your work>launch>files and it leads me to the website with my files in it. Not only that but I have to go through the hassle of updating each file individually instead of automatically saving them.

Is there a way I can put CC in my Windows 10 PC navigation bar?

2020-07-06 02_16_35-Window.png

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Correct answer by Just Shoot Me | Adobe Community Professional

Open the CC desktop app and Set the folder, Drive and name of Folder, you want to use to store your CC files that are now Synced with the Adobe Cloud service. Once that is done Enable the Sync feature in the CC desktop app, The Cloud Icon in the upper right hand tool bar, and Hopefully whatever you have synced will be downloaded to your Win 10 PC.

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Open the CC desktop app and Set the folder, Drive and name of Folder, you want to use to store your CC files that are now Synced with the Adobe Cloud service. Once that is done Enable the Sync feature in the CC desktop app, The Cloud Icon in the upper right hand tool bar, and Hopefully whatever you have synced will be downloaded to your Win 10 PC.

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