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ads and distractions in adobe products - please remove

New Here ,
Apr 01, 2023 Apr 01, 2023

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when i start photoshop, i feel like getting bombarded with ads and distractions.
several banners and popups crying for attention. is there a way to turn all this unwanted stuff off ??????? i cant find words to describe how annoying this is to me. its making me seriously angry. even in the creative cloud app -> huge banner wants to explain to me how to remove backgrounds. i hate this so much. omg

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Community Expert , Apr 01, 2023 Apr 01, 2023

In Photoshop Preferences uncheck "rich tooltips".

 

In the CC app Preferences > notifications, uncheck what you don't want.

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New Here , Apr 01, 2023 Apr 01, 2023

thanks.

good to have the rich tooltip off as well now.  

the thing i mainly wanted away was the Start-Workspace but i found to disable it in the preferences.

somehow it didnt occur to me that the option to remove the start workspace would even be available in preferences but your hint got me there.

 

now when i start photoshop, i get photoshop.   finaly.

 

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In Photoshop Preferences uncheck "rich tooltips".

 

In the CC app Preferences > notifications, uncheck what you don't want.

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thanks.

good to have the rich tooltip off as well now.  

the thing i mainly wanted away was the Start-Workspace but i found to disable it in the preferences.

somehow it didnt occur to me that the option to remove the start workspace would even be available in preferences but your hint got me there.

 

now when i start photoshop, i get photoshop.   finaly.

 

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