I use Adobe products maybe once a month. However there are always Adobe processes runing in the background costing me CPU processing power, even though I have set Adobe to not update or run when the computer starts.
For example, I cannot get IPC broker to stop restarting after I have closed it and every other adobe product and process.
Since there is absolutly no nned for any Adobe process to ever run in the bacground when I am not using Adobe products ( i can update manually) , how do I prevent background process from running and stealing my processing power. Thank you.
I cannot believe Photoshop has dominated the graphic design market and yet Adobe allows these Creative Cloud processes to start at computer startup and run in background nonstop. I have used Paintshop Pro for years and love it and only recently switched to Photoshop only because more clients demand it, but this is ridiculous. Someone please tell me this has been changed since 2020 and there is now a way to prevent processes from starting at startup?