A week ago I noticed that my machine was running really slow and my mouse was freezing on screen quite often. In addition, I couldn't get my Photoshop CC to work properly. To highlight, this started out of the blue 2 months after I took the update in Sierra and since then it was working great.
I tried many different ways to make Photoshop work but with no luck. I removed my add blocker from Safari and I tried to go back in older CC versions.
Nothing worked until I uninstalled Creative Cloud on my machine and now everything seems to work as normal.
Does anyone of the gurus know what is happening? Shall I drop CC desktop at all?
I followed the process above and I got my Creative Cloud app to work and it was OK for about a day and a half.
Once I restarted my computer though the problem is back. It takes aprox 1.5 hours to make the CC running (after booting) and Photoshop refuses to open. So I get a "not responding" app for about 2 hours until I finally force to kill.
My machine runs on 24GB of RAM, 1TB Hard Drive (650GB used) and 3.2 GHz Intel Core i5.
The only thing I had was an add blocker on my Safari, which I have removed completely.
I tried several combinations to run Photoshop CC and it seems that it won't run when my CC app is running as well. Once I quit CC and re-open Photoshop then everything works just fine, although I can't access any of mine Libraries. Sometimes though this act doesn't work at all.