Can anyone help with this please ...
I'm running Adobe CC on a 2010 iMac (OS X Yosemite). I'm delighted with it, however ...
Several family members share the same iMac using separate user accounts. Adobe CC seems to run for all of them which is annoying for them as they get messages about updates etc, plus it takes up unnecessary system resources (particularly as we tend to use 'switch user' and Activity Monitor shows an instance of Adobe CC running for each user).
How can I restrict Adobe CC to run just for my user account please?
Thanks in anticipation
Be sure that each family member signs OUT of his/her Cloud account when leaving the computer
Thanks, but I don't think that does it? Adobe CC will start up again next time they log in, which is what I don't want to happen - I want it to run on just my user account.
As far as I know, when you sign OUT of your Cloud account nobody will be able to use that account again until the user signs back IN
Of course... any user who does not sign out and then turns the computer off will be (I think) the "user of record" when the computer is started again