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Mar 19, 2017

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I would like to put my photography apps on an external hard drive to free up space on my desk top hard drive.  How can I download the apps (Photoshop and Lightroom) to the external drive?

Agreed.  I haven't downloaded/installed adobe programs on anything other than my external hard drive for the entire time I've had Adobe CC.  Not sure why people say you can't.
Just go to your creative cloud program, preferences, creative cloud, then under apps you'll see install location.  Click to change.  Set as a folder within your external hard drive.  Works for me.

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Download to External Hard Drive

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I would like to put my photography apps on an external hard drive to free up space on my desk top hard drive.  How can I download the apps (Photoshop and Lightroom) to the external drive?

Agreed.  I haven't downloaded/installed adobe programs on anything other than my external hard drive for the entire time I've had Adobe CC.  Not sure why people say you can't.
Just go to your creative cloud program, preferences, creative cloud, then under apps you'll see install location.  Click to change.  Set as a folder within your external hard drive.  Works for me.

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Adobe programs will NOT install to an external drive... as is PROPER because when you remove a drive you have just destroyed the links to your operating system

Move data files to an external drive to free up space

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Apr 29, 2018

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I am not sure the OP mentioned installing. Maybe he meant just downloading.

Also I think you can install Adobe products on an external drive, yes of course they will stop working when the drive is removed or when it is plugged back and the letter changes (in Windows). However it has to be seen if the installer allows this to happen at all.

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Jul 22, 2018

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Agreed.  I haven't downloaded/installed adobe programs on anything other than my external hard drive for the entire time I've had Adobe CC.  Not sure why people say you can't.
Just go to your creative cloud program, preferences, creative cloud, then under apps you'll see install location.  Click to change.  Set as a folder within your external hard drive.  Works for me.

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Hello,

I know this was written awhile ago but for me when I change the location of my apps to my external drive it keeps installing in the Applications folder (on Mac). I have contacted Adobe and they said that it wasn't possible to install on an external drive. How did you install it on there? Thanks.

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