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May 06, 2015 May 06, 2015

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How do I prevent Creative Cloud from automatically launching when I boot my Mac? Do I have to un-install all Adobe apps?

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Adobe Employee , May 06, 2015 May 06, 2015
Hi Paul,Please refer to the thread below where this issue has been addressed:Creative Cloud apps opens by itselfRegards,Sheena

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Hi Paul,

Please refer to the thread below where this issue has been addressed:

Creative Cloud apps opens by itself

Regards,

Sheena

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That link doesn't work anymore Sheena. And the correct answer is you can't! Not without modifying things in terminal. Anything you change gets put back to Adobe's preference after each update. The only way I've found to disable this software from using resources on my Mac is by turning off "Launch at Login" in the settings AFTER logging in, and then launching terminal and running the following two commands,  

cd /Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/

mv com.adobe.acc.installer.v2 com.adobe.acc.installer.v2.adobe.hires.incompetent.people.and.perpetuates.stupidity

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