0 Replies Latest reply on May 7, 2015 2:18 PM by Oddiball

    AAM Updates Notifier uses 99% CPU continuously


      On Mac OS X.  Every day I quit the process and every day my Macbook Pro is burning hot and there it is running again.  I read another post here that recommended just quitting the process.  Unfortunately it just restarts.  Additionally until I notice it, it is just burning again back there making both my computers insanely hot.  Is this expected behaviour? We should just expect that Adobe writes code that consumes 99% CPU for a background update process (that literally isn't even doing anything at this point) and we have to manually ask it to stop consuming 99% CPU every single day because it restarts.  I hope that there is a better answer here


      Thanks in advance.