Suddenly, my C: drive is congested with 195 GB of used space. I tracked it C:Documents & Setting/my name/application data/adobe/common files/media cache files. This contained 145 GB of .pek and .cfa (among other) files. I deleted them all. How do I stop this unsightly data buildup?
Was this problem ever resolved? I'm having the same problem now. Just posted details in another thread. Media Cache is filling up despite the fact I've had no Adobe activity at all. The folders fill up with 160GB of files. I delete them all. They fill up again. Repeat. How do I stop it?
In Adobe Lightroom you can limit both the Camera Raw & Video Cache cache sizes. In Adobe After Effects you can limit the Adobe After Effects cache size.
Unfortunately there appears there is no setting to limit the Adobe Common Cache. Perhaps a different programming team.