I followed the steps in this discussion to get rid of the CEPHtmlEngine which hogs up a ton of CPU when I launch Photoshop. I have the same problem whenever I launch After Effects 184.108.40.206 . CEPHtmlEngine runs and hogs up the CPU, and slows down my Macbook Pro. I have to go into Activity Monitor and manually shut it off every time I launch After Effects now. Is there a solution similar to the one for Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign that will permanently get rid of it?
Thank you. I figured out how to do it from another discussion.
I can't get that process to do anything. What are you doing that made it load up? How did you solve the problem. Did you file a bug report?