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Installing on D drive without Downloading the file on C?

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I swear this is prolly the most basic thing yet for some reason its overtly complicated process that it boogles my mind that it still happen in 2020. Is there a reason why it still need to doanwload on my C drive when I already set it up for a D drive installation?  This is a stock C: and D drive with C filled to the brim with Windows update and trash Windows file, though I've removed most of it, yet it still left me a good 1.9 gb worth of space.

Is there a way to just download and install on the other drive without downloading it on my C? I don't really have the time to do some repartitioning due to deadlines. i've already set my installation to the D drive so i'm losing my options here

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No... the Cloud Manager that is used to install all other programs MUST be installed to your C drive

 

Install on non-boot drive https://community.adobe.com/t5/get-started/moving-ps-and-lr-classic-from-internal-hd-to-an-external-hd/td-p/10945231

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Installing on D drive without Downloading the file on C?

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I swear this is prolly the most basic thing yet for some reason its overtly complicated process that it boogles my mind that it still happen in 2020. Is there a reason why it still need to doanwload on my C drive when I already set it up for a D drive installation?  This is a stock C: and D drive with C filled to the brim with Windows update and trash Windows file, though I've removed most of it, yet it still left me a good 1.9 gb worth of space.

Is there a way to just download and install on the other drive without downloading it on my C? I don't really have the time to do some repartitioning due to deadlines. i've already set my installation to the D drive so i'm losing my options here

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No... the Cloud Manager that is used to install all other programs MUST be installed to your C drive

 

Install on non-boot drive https://community.adobe.com/t5/get-started/moving-ps-and-lr-classic-from-internal-hd-to-an-external-hd/td-p/10945231

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No... the Cloud Manager that is used to install all other programs MUST be installed to your C drive

 

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