I use Adobe once a month. How do I prevent processes from running in the background all the time?

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I use Adobe products maybe once a month. However there are always Adobe processes runing in the background costing me CPU processing power, even though I have set Adobe to not update or run when the computer starts. 

 

For example, I cannot get IPC broker to stop restarting after I have closed it and every other adobe product and process. 

 

Since there is absolutly no nned for any Adobe process to  ever run in the bacground when I am not using Adobe products ( i can update manually) , how do I prevent background process from running and stealing my processing power. Thank you.

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This is not an option currently. Suggestion box: https://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html

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This is not an option currently. Suggestion box: https://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html

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