I am getting a new computer and I was told I'd have to uninstall CC Photoshop from the old one because I can run CC Photoshop on one computer only with the subscription I have. When I tried to use the Uninstall CC in my finder window, it stated that I still have some CC apps on my computer and I would have to uninstall them before I could uninstall the Creative Cloud app. So I went through and uninstalled all the Creative Cloud apps that I could see in my Application folder in Finder. Then I went back and tried to run the Uninstall app for Adobe Creative Cloud. I'm still getting the message that it can't uninstall Creative Cloud because I have some CC apps on my computer that need the Creative Cloud app to run. What am I doing wrong? I just want to be sure that I can install Photoshop CC when I hook up my new iMac.
You do not have to uninstall anything. All you need to do is sign out on the old machine to render the Cloud inactive on it. If this happens to only be the second machine you would be installing on, then you do not even need to sign out of the old one.
You can install on as many machines as you like. Of all those machines you can only have two signed in for use. Of those two machines you can only be using the subscription on one at a time.
Thank you. So easy!