I don't have a Premium Subscription and only use Adobe Creative Cloud lightly for quick view or sampling XD or for quick edit staging of screenshots from my Android Mobile... and my device that has Creative Cloud installed is a 2-in-1 powered by an Intel Atom x5-z8350 with 4GB of RAM.... so I was annoyed to find that ACC did not adhere to the App Preference of "Launch at Logon" disabled.
So, I made my own. You can create a script file for the following commands, and then add it to your start menu, or shortcut on the desktop.
Note that these are PowerShell commands and Run in Admin Mode. Fastest way to get there is: WindowsKey+X, A.
On Application Exit, Run This in PowerShell - or Make a Shortcut
Get-Process -Name Adobe* | Stop-Process
Get-Process -Name CCLibrary | Stop-Process
Get-Process -Name CCXProcess | Stop-Process
Get-Process -Name CoreSync | Stop-Process
These are the Auto-Start Services, you can check if there are Adobe Services with the Command:
Get-Service -DisplayName Adobe*
This will Stop the Services, and change the startup from Automatic to Manual - Opening Adobe Applications will start these services, without your interaction. If you have issues, you can manually start them by replacing Get-Service with Start-Service, or open the Services Panel with WindowsKey+R: "services.msc"
Setting Startup to Manual only needs to be run once. Stopping the services needs to be done each time you exit application, if you don't want background services running. Such as Sync.