Is node.exe in Task Manager an Adobe process?

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Nov 16, 2018 Nov 16, 2018

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I don't do any file syncing, how can I stop it? It keeps coming back even when I force it off in Task Manager.

Any other processes in Task Manager that I can close? I don't use Adobe everyday and don't need extra processes running for no reason.

(If I do close any necessary processes for Acrobat or Elements and I then start the program will the necessary processes start by themselves?)

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 16, 2018 Nov 16, 2018
yes, it is - Process Called Node.exe In Task Manager whether you'll have problems after closing it, i don't know.

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Nov 16, 2018 Nov 16, 2018

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yes, it is - Process Called Node.exe In Task Manager

whether you'll have problems after closing it, i don't know.

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Feb 06, 2022 Feb 06, 2022

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Not a very professional answer! In fact, it doesn't really answer anything! Can perhaps somebody else reply with some proper detail?adobe node exe number 1.pngadobe node exe.png

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LEGEND ,
Feb 07, 2022 Feb 07, 2022

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Node.exe is a process to run JavaScript apps. It is used by Adobe and many others. So, it can be an Adobe process, but it might not be. I hope that's "professional" enough for you. Should I add more technobabble?

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Feb 07, 2022 Feb 07, 2022

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So, you are rude on top of it.

 

The following was actually asked in the first place.


" I don't do any file syncing, how can I stop it? It keeps coming back even when I force it off in Task Manager.

 

Any other processes in Task Manager that I can close? I don't use Adobe every day and don't need extra processes running for no reason.

 

(If I do close any necessary processes for Acrobat or Elements and I then start the program, will the necessary processes start by themselves?) "

 

 

Nobody asked what Node.exe actually is. The relevant questions are marked in blue and green above. Especially don't need your "technobabble" as a reply!

 

Why are you answering in the first place? The answer had originally come from 

kglad Adobe Community Professional , Nov 16, 2018
 
Can somebody else from Adobe give an answer to what was asked. Thank you

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LEGEND ,
Feb 07, 2022 Feb 07, 2022

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There is rudeness, but I think we'll leave it to others to decide who has been rude. I don't think you have picked up how the forums work. Nobody from Adobe will answer. Nobody from Adobe has answered. Perhaps you are misled by the "Adobe Community Professional" label.

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