Thanks for replying and explaining the situation re old fora.
I acknowledge that in the global scheme of things it is a minor problem but it is a very annoying (and unnecessary) glitch to my (and others) everyday experience. What I don't know is that if it is causing an issue at shutdown, it may be causing issues elsewhere (e.g. the cause of my wifi slowdown every ~24 hours or so?) so I'd like to fix it.
Would you also recommend trying the two courses of action that kglad suggested:
first try, resetting the cc app: To reset the Creative Cloud desktop app, make sure it's in the foreground, then press:
I had that happening all the time... Just had an online session with an Adobe tech because Lightroom was popping a "not responding" error on starting. After a bunch of tries, it seems to have come down to a Logitech mouse driver being outdated or corrupted. Haven't had that issue since he fixed the mouse driver. (Of course, that was an hour ago, but I've done a number of reboots and shut down/start ups since to see it it would happen.
I agree that it's annoying. It was annoying enough that I finally looked to see if it was a known issue. But I'm not going to spend my valuable time figuring out a minor problem on expensive software. I just reboot anyway.
There are bigger issues with Adobe Bloatware than this. But good luck to you.