click edit>preferences>general>and check your auto-recover time (or just untick it).
I disabled the auto recover feature but nothing has changed ...
there's nothing else flash would be doing with your harddrive.
in this order:
run antivirus/antimalware scans.
reset your flash preferences (FAQ: How do I reset Flash professional to default configurations and preferences?)
uninstall, clean and reinstall flash (Use the CC Cleaner Tool to solve installation problems | CC, CS3-CS6)
I'm afraid none of the above worked for me , still got the same issue , thinking now seriously about switching to Flash pro cs6 ...
Not much help, but I have an external hard drive that I store all my Flash CC files in and that typically frees up my space. (I use windows 8 too).
Can you please provide more details to investigate this issue :
- Are you saving your file on a network drive?
- Is it happening for all content or specific contents only. If it is specific contents, can you please let us know the size of the .fla file
- Check your autorecovery setting. click edit>preferences>general>and check your auto-recover time (or just untick it).
- Let us know the tool you are using or operation your are doing when you see usage going high.
- Are you using Wacom/tablet for drawing?
- Your system configuration detail.
- Have you tried latest Flash Professional CC 2014 version.
I have good and bad news , the good ones, last night i downloaded a trial of the new Flash pro cc 2014 , and guess what i worked just fine, nothing out of the ordinary showed up , now the bad news is Flash pro cc 13 is still having the same situation although i did an OS fresh install,
My system specifics :
OS: Windows 8 64 bit
CPU: i5 4670k
Motherboard : Asus Gryphon .
Graphics : Asus gtx 750 ti 2gigs
Ram : corsair black vengeance 8 giigs 1600mhz ddr3 .
HDD: western digital 320 gigs sata II.