2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 4, 2013 4:19 PM by bleaufire

    CS4 : Does Adobe Save A Secondary copy of your Saved File 2 Your Hard Drive?


      Hello all! I run CS4 on my PC laptop, windows vista, 32 bit, 280 gb of hard drive and 4 gb of ram. So here's my dilemma. I've had to reformat my hard drive a couple of times because it gets to critical mass after 4 months of heavy CS4 and internet usage. I do run the latest version of Norton 360 on my system and use google chrome as my browser. I'm taking stuff off my laptop now in the way of files and I've backed up my files on a WD external drive. I also don't really run any other programs except the ones in CS4 (mainly PS, Illustrator and InDesign). I didn't even put Office on my system. So I was wondering if CS4 or any of the CS versions back up any of your saved files to some elusive place on your hard drive as a secondary option. I can't, for the life of me, figure out why my hard drive fills up so fast. I just finished my last semester of school and I realize that some of the folders I had on my desktop were in the GB, but I'm not getting why it fills up quickly. Is there something I should "set" when I'm installing CS4 so that it doesn't hog all my hard drive. I point the finger at Adobe because that's the only really big program that I know of that I run on my system. I'm almost done taking off all my important files/folders and I'm going to install CS6. Has anyone else had this problem? Any ideas/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everybody and take care. :-)