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I'm experiencing a new issue:
My iMac becomes almost unusable for the first 5 minutes after rebooting.
After 5 minutes the beachball stops spinning and the computer becomes fast again.
The computer has a 2.8gHz i7 Processor and the system runs on SSD. It's a fast machine.
Booting was never an issue until a few of weeks.
I suspect a CC update is causing my problems.
If I uninstall all Creative Cloud the computer goes back to normal behavior.
I reinstalled CC and the problem is back.
I narrowed everything down to one file, file:///Library/LaunchAgents/com.adobe.AAM.Updater-1.0.plist
If I remove that file the computer works great, no beachball, BUT as soon as I start any Adobe application, I get the slow behavior for 5 minutes.
So I can choose to suffer right after startup or wait until I launch an Adobe Application.
My Macbook Air does not show the same issue.
Both machines are running Yosemite 10.10.5.
To trouble shoot I completely wiped any traces of Adobe for all folders (Applications and both Libraries) and reinstalled CC.
I also contacted Adobe and one technician took a quick look via remote session.
Is anyone experiencing this behavior?
Thanks for your help.
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