I cannot update Lightroom Classic, or open it, or open Creative Cloud app, and it's just so ridiclous that this company (adobe) continue to put out the worst, painfuly slow programs possible, that never work as they should. What is the deal with this garbage? Flipping work please and also, stop trying to update apps every other day, just make a program that works, done.
Without any system info and other details we can't advise on how to fix your issues. We understand your frustrations, but just venting isn't useful to get to the bottom of this and possibly make things work again.
So.. what can I say, is anyone else NOT affected by Adobe things going wrong? Perhaps there something already known with Adobe wih regards to apps not being able to load, they're own creative cloud app not opening, and other things that are a stinking pain? Mac OS 13.0 - Lightroom Classic update fails everytime, Now cannot open Creative Cloud app, error screen pops up and says Creative Cloud not already open.
No way, why would I want Creative Cloud to load on startup?
How about this Adobe, work when I ask you to open. Not be runniung in the background 24/7. Not load on startup. And, run without needing to be connected to the internet. What if I want to work on things in the middle of nowhere?
So, you mess with the install and change and remove processes? Then it's your fault you broke it. And that's why it is only affecting you.
there's so much vitriol, misinformation and lack of relevant information in your posts it's difficult to know where to begin.
for example, you don't need to be connected to the internet to use adobe apps. you need to connect every 30 to 100 days. if you can't do that adobe subscription programs are not suitable for you; look elsewhere.
if that does work for you, and you can tolerate background adobe processes running, and you want help understanding or using something related to adobe, let us know.
"If I want help underdstanding something?" make something that works. Straight up. It's not complicated but for Adobe, somehow it is.