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No need to uninstall the application .
All you need to do is Sign out from Creative Cloud desktop app , it will deactivate subscription from the computer .
Then you can go ahead and install on your new Laptop.
You can activate CC subscriptions on 2 computers.
Thanks, but I have my subscription on my desktop and a laptop. I just bought a new laptop and I want to use CC on that one and cancel my CC on the old laptop.
You need to launch Creative Cloud desktop application on your old laptop.
Then Sign out from Creative Cloud .
It will cancel CC activation on your Old laptop.
Thanks, but my old laptop died, so I can't sign in on it. That's my problem. That's why I have a new laptop! I thought I could manage all that through my Adobe account but I guess not. What do I do now that I can't sign in on my old laptop?
Not to worry , when you try to activate the CC apps on new laptop ( considering 3'rd computer) , it will prompt you with the pop up message indicating : Maximum Activation Limit exceeded.
In the same pop up window , look for the option "Sign out from all computer" .
Select the option and proceed with the Activation process.
It will not remove CC apps from computer , it will just signs out the activation from previous computers.
There by resetting the Activation count to 0 , so that you can activate the CC apsp again on any of the 2 computers of your choice.
Ahh, I think I get it now. Sign out on my desktop and that deactivates my subscription everywhere. Then I sign back in on my desktop and my new laptop. Got it! Sorry for being so dense.
Thanks for you help!
I was confused too when I started
You are most welcome.