I am a Creative Cloud subscriber on Mac OS 10.9 (Mavericks). I've had CS6 and CS 5.5 in the past.
I see the CC icon in my menu bar, and can use it to download and update my CC apps.
However, I also still see the Adobe Application Manager (AAM) icon in my menu bar -- how can I remove that?
I've already tried finding the app and dragging it to AppCleaner. Still see the menu bar item.
If I try to launch the AAM from the menu bar icon, it tells me a newer version is available and I need to download it -- I don't want a new AAM, since CC does all that now. How can I uninstall AAM and remove its icon from my menubar?
Welcome to Adobe Forum,
This would be my recommendation:
Uninstall Adobe Application Manager or Creative Cloud for desktop if you see an uninstaller listed here:
Mac HD > Applications > Utilities > Adobe Installers
Download and run the cleaner tool to ensure everything related to Adobe Application Manager or Creative Cloud for desktop got removed, it should be option 3 and then option 1