You can uninstall apps as instructed here:
After uninstalling all CC apps , if you wish to remove the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop App, please follow these instructions:
You may also run the cleaner to ensure remaining files are deleted after uninstalling Creative Cloud apps and the Creative Cloud Desktop App :
OK, once again, slowly - I do not have ANY CC applications - every single app on Apps list of Creative Cloud desktop application has "Try" or "Install" beside it. I can't uninstall anything because I did not install anything. I did not install Adobe CC NOR did I install any of it's components. It was an "update" to my CS 6 automatically made by Adobe Updater.
Thank you for your help... Great support and incredible product: let's summarize: Adobe Updater installed an unwanted piece of software that was slowing down computer even after user modified settings so that application SHOULD not load, those settings just hid the GUI and app was still starting in background without user's consent. Furthermore user had to UNINSTALL whole other product - Adobe Photoshop CS6 just to be able to uninstall unwanted app, which resulted in app's statement "Uninstall completed with errors", so that user was left with tracing installation logs and changes made to OS, to manually restore system's optimal operations.
There is a name for such software category: it is MALWARE!