3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 13, 2016 8:12 PM by kglad

    Node.exe process under CCXProcess folder using massive network bandwidth


      After recent upgrade of Photoshop, Light Room and Camera Raw, I rebooted my system and a few seconds later a Node.exe process started maxing my bandwidth.


      I am on 4g hot spot, bandwidth is very expensive for me.  My network is also set in Windows as a "Metered Connection". 


      I ended up going into the folder and renaming Node.exe to Node.exe.dontrun to stop it, but I have no idea what else I may have disabled by doing that.


      How can I find out what the heck it is doing and, more importantly, how can I tell it to STOP?