Downloading and installing applications from Creative Cloud is a seamless, one-click experience. Download times will vary based on the file size of the product you select and the speed of your Internet connection. In all cases, a high-speed connection of some type is required. Here is examples of estimated download times:
DSP (1.5 MBPS)
|CORPORATE LAN (10MBPS)|
|Photoshop||960MB||1 hr. 50 min.||60 min.||25 min.|
Is there a way to make the Adobe Application Manager download the archive containing the software on another disk? (I am not talking about setting a different install folder, my understanding is that the application downloads the files in a Temp folder on my C: Drive)
My problem is this: I got a SSD as boot drive but the size is very limited (Effectively 52GB) and I am experiencing troubles in downloading the whole suite: Illustrator, Flash and other programs do not have enough size to download and extract on my C: drive.
Looking forward to an answer.