9 Replies Latest reply on Jan 11, 2018 9:55 PM by AnkMaan

    Flypaper Textures from Adobe Exchange loads on Desktop

    Eric Jay Toll Level 1

      Creative Cloud or Adobe consistently places a folder called "Flypaper Texture Taster" on my desktop. I don't want it installed to the desktop. I am running CC2018, Windows 10 current version as of October 17, on a dual core PC with Intel processor.

       

      Even if I delete the folder, it reappears after every reboot.

       

      I've tried searching the registry for "Flypaper textures" or "flypaper" or "textures" to no avail.

       

      How do I stop this from installing to my desktop?