I also have this issue. It's super annoying. Adobe, please do something about it, asap. It's unthinkable that company I work for is paying not little money for the software and it's crippling my system [i7 7700k, 32 gigs of ram, nvme drives, etc.]
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We need some logs from your machine to diagnose the issue. I will send you a direct mail with instructions for the same.
I'm following this discussion because I'm having the same problem - "AdobeGCClient.exe *32" is eating up a lot of my CPU while I'm not using any Adobe products. This thread has apparently been marked as "question answered," but I haven't seen any answer, only a request for logs. Did I miss it somewhere? Would appreciate help on this. Thanks.
Apologies for the inconvenience.
I have sent you instructions to collect some logs from your machines that will help us in fixing this issue.
I am also seeing this same issue on computers only running Acrobat Reader. Exact same behavior as described, it's eating up all the processing on one core of my CPU (25% or so) constantly. As IT for my company this is distressing.
I'll be happy to submit logs. But I've seen this same issue on at least a dozen computers in my environment.