At this point I had to let go of my CC subscription. I've been waiting on a big contract to get finalized so I could justify renewing the whole suite of apps.
I left CC on my machine so I wouldn't have to re-download it all if I start it up again in a week or two.
The problem I am having is on my PC when I try to open a JPG in Adobe Bridge CS6 it opens in the expired Photoshop CC. Bridge CS6 will not allow you to re-assign the file type association with Photoshop CS6. It forces it into Photoshop CC. Same thing with Windows file type associations. I can try to point .JPG to the .exe for Photoshop CS6 all I want, but it automagically replaces it with CC.
How do it get back control of my machine to tell it to open things in CS6 for now until I can renew CC? I realize you might answer, "just uninstall CC" but should it be that difficult?
Sorry if I didn't make it clear. I did go to WIndows tool to change file type associations. It let me specify Photoshop CS6, however, as soon as you make the choice it re-assigns it to Photoshop CC. It's like in a death spiral you can can't get away from.