After getting fed up of waiting for adobe CC to finally finish buffering I thought I'd create a desktop shortcut to Photoshop (To save time). After doing this I doubled clicked on the shortcut and after 15 minutes of waiting I realized something was wrong double clicking again and watching the task manager I noticed Photoshop appear for half a second under background processes and then disappear entirely. So I then tried to launch Photoshop 2014 from Adobe CC under Installed Apps and this does the exact same thing. Both links to Photoshop now don't work and just sit there.
I would appreciate some help and I am also getting increasingly tired of ongoing problems with the software..........(I still have 30 days well 28 to cancel this subscription and simply buy a disk version of CS6)
Or if you cant help how do i get in contact with someone at adobe?
You can't just create a short cut during the installation process. If the shortcut is not there, then it was not done installing. That's why it does not work correctly, it is still lacking an important piece of the puzzle, more commonly known as dll's. (dll is an external app that the main app polls from when needed. This on windows, I do not know what the external apps are called on a mac)
I recommend that you uninstall all of adobe's apps including the manager and if needed use the adobe cleaner to remove portions if the uninstaller fails to do so. Then restart your computer and install again. How long it take to install will depend on the size of the file, the speed of your internet connection, if using wifi, the speed of that connection, the speed of Adobe's server, how much of a load is on Adobe's server.
If you are using wifi, you can remove that bottle neck by using a direct connection with eithernet or other means ex. usb.