Hi @it kaanarchitec 48700773 , on OSX you can install profiles in a number of folders depending on the access you are looking for. Copying them into Adobe’s recommended folder gives Adobe apps access and puts them at the top of the profile list above the gray line in Color Settings and Edit>Assign Profiles... I use Recommended for the profiles I use regularly:
User > USERNAME > AppData > Roaming > Adobe > Color > Settings > Recommended
For color profile files *.icc:
User > USERNAME > AppData > Roaming > Adobe > Color > Profiles > Recommended
For color proofing files *.psf:
User > USERNAME > AppData > Roaming > Adobe > Color > Proofing
Just a note on all this: If you set up a new machine and you never ran or started up InDesign or PhotoShop, just installed both apps, the Color folder might not exist at all; you have to add the Color folder with the Recommended folder and its contents, the csf files to User > USERNAME > AppData > Roaming > Adobe
However, I'm not sure if this kind of "profile files" are meant.