I have a folder called Adobe CS6 within which is one folder Photoshop within which are two pdf files and one more folder called Adobe CS6 within which are four folders: Deployment, packages, payloads, resources and one file Set-up.exe
What is this folder? Why is it on my desktop instead of in the more usual programs folder on the C drive? How can I move it to the less conspicuous Adobe folder on my C drive without altering CS6's function.
What is the Se-up.exe file and what does it set up? Bridge, perhaps?
When you download CS6 package from our website, it downloads 2 files - 1 with .7z extension and the other a .exe file.The .7z file is a compressed zipped folder consisting of all the files and folders required for the installation and the .exe is just an extractor used to extract these files.These extracted files go to a folder created on the desktop that you are referring to. The installation beguns by invoking the 'setup.exe' file in this folder.You can either delete this folder or archive it ...