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Creative Cloud slowing Mac to crawl - what daemons to deactivate?

New Here ,
Jul 04, 2020

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Finally in frustration with Creative Cloud sucking the life out of my Mac, I did an entire reformat and reinstall of the operating system and updated to Catalina. Then, I deactivated all the Adobe daemons I could find. My Mac's operating speed dramatically improved.

 

That was a couple of month's ago. This morning, I updated Creative Cloud. Now I am back to the slow, slow Mac. However, I cannot remember exactly which daemons I removed, and where they were.

 

Has anyone come up with a clear list of what to deactivate in order to prevent the sluggish Mac performance?

 

Thanks,

Charlie

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Creative Cloud slowing Mac to crawl - what daemons to deactivate?

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Finally in frustration with Creative Cloud sucking the life out of my Mac, I did an entire reformat and reinstall of the operating system and updated to Catalina. Then, I deactivated all the Adobe daemons I could find. My Mac's operating speed dramatically improved.

 

That was a couple of month's ago. This morning, I updated Creative Cloud. Now I am back to the slow, slow Mac. However, I cannot remember exactly which daemons I removed, and where they were.

 

Has anyone come up with a clear list of what to deactivate in order to prevent the sluggish Mac performance?

 

Thanks,

Charlie

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 04, 2020

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You really shouldn't de-activate anything.

  • Disable automatic app updates and notifications in your in Creative Cloud desktop app (gear icon).
  • Tell your operating system not to launch CC on start-up.
  • And quit CC desktop app when not in use.

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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