I just discovered today that my creative cloud is significantly draining my battery life. Can someone please help me with tips to combat this problem? I have a MacBook Pro 2014 13 inch. Apple told me that the best they thought I could do was 'pause file syncing' unless I completely uninstall the application. Can I download Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere, and InDesign without the cloud?
disable file and font sync'g and retest.
I have the same problem. How do I disable file and font sync'g? Thanks.
In my case it is a Mac, so the location of the file may be slightly different.
1. Pause Syncing.
2. On the Activity Monitor, Quit Core Sync.
3. Delete the CoreSync folder.
/ Users / User Name / Library / Application Support / Adobe / CoreSync
4. Delete the cache_config.xml.
/ Users / User Name / Library / Preferences / Adobe / CoreSync / cache_config.xml
5. Restart PC and Resume Syncing.
This solved the problem.
Thank you, it seems to be okay now. I did everything both of you recommended.
Really? My CPU is now just constantly on 4%. Although I am not even using a programme.
I've just bought a Macbookpro 16'' (Catalina 10.15.6) and I have the same problem of draining battery when I'm using Adobe Creative Cloud. Do you have any solution for that ?
And can you give me the standard "avg energy impact" that need an Adobe application (like Photoshop for example) in the activity monitor ?
Thanks a lot for your help !