I am so aggravated. I spend all day, 12-14 hours a day, sometimes 7 days per week, working on my computer. It seems that about daily, a Creative Cloud update - that I have not asked for - runs in the background randomly. It brings my PC to a screeching halt for about three minutes. I can no longer continue work, until the Creative Cloud pop-up arrives and tells me that the update that I have not asked for or chosen to run has cocmpleted. Then, everything is back to normal. It is a routine nuissance interruption that is unacceptable. If this must happen, why can't it happen during the middle of the night when my PC may be on, but while I am not working? Why can't I schedule these nuissance updates to run at times of my own choosing? Why can't I be prompted first with a message like, "Hello, we would like to completely prevent you from getting any work done for about three minutes, is now a good time?"
This has gone on for months. I have read in other threads that these is some sort of core process that should not be disabled. Fine. Can we have some control over when it occurs? I am getting ready to start shopping for alternative products. I pay a lot of money every month for the Adobe software suite. It should allow me to work, not stop me every day.