Hi Sheena, thank you for responding.
However, I'm trying to see any relevance to my post, and incidentally, "then check" what exactly? The screenshot is list of installed Applications, not processes, sorry if that wasn't clear. Again, I hope to make this clear too, I really want to know what all these installations are about. Yes, I am annoyed by it but even more curious what Adobe gets up to on my computer, see?
Why it is necessary to have 28 Adobe Applications installed in order to use Photoshop and Bridge. I clicked "download" on only TWO single things; Photoshop CC and Bridge CC, yet for reasons unknown out of those TWO downloads and installations 28 Applications exist. I understand CC Desktop is mandatory even though I don't want it, so let's say 27 OTHER APPLICATIONS exist, to be more accurate. Why?
Thanks again, I really do appreciate any insight into this.
You're response did absolutley NOTHING to answer my question.
Closing the processes in Activity Monitor in no way answers the question of why 20-something apps were installed to use only Photoshop and Bridge. On top of your incorrect and unrelated answer, the fact there are even that many items you listed to close is the very essence of the problem.
bad support is what u get when the company outsources support to india
the outsourced company sees no link between u as a happy customer and the compny's profit - they see proit asa result of how well the company in india lies to adobe re how great they supporte cients
adobe is being sucked in ny the lure of heaper ways to run their compsny and try to sell producs to make more money! with pying every month for sfw