Creative Cloud Programs disk space

New Here ,
Jul 15, 2021 Jul 15, 2021

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I know there have been other post similar to this but they are either really old or not specific to my issue. I am running the latest Creative Cloud Suite of programs. If I look at the C:\Program Files\Adobe there are 33 GB of files in there. In C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe there is another 22 GB. So All total I am looking at CC taking up over 50 GB of space. Please tell me this is not normal and there is something taht can be done to reclaim disk space. Thanks in Advance

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LEGEND ,
Jul 15, 2021 Jul 15, 2021

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That sounds normal, or small, and is a fraction of the total needs for serious use. If you have one of those machines with a tiny SSD it isn't suitable for serious graphics use.

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I'm not sure you understand my issue. I am only talking about the space the program files (apps) are taking up. I have a full blown Apogee Prepress workflow on this computer as well and it only takes up 15 GB. For Adobe CC apps alone to take +50 GB of space is obscene.

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Yes, I fully understand what you are saying. This seems entirely normal. 

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