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Instructions for stopping that behavior can be found here:
Thanks CS. I did figure out that the program could be 'disabled' by clicking on the icon, but did nor appreciate that one had to deal with the config file to create a permanent block.
Which application would you like to open it if any? This is actually
something you can set with Windows.
Thanks Jim. I ran 'config' and disabled the Adobe action, as suggested in the previous post from the 'central scrutinizer' That stopped Adobe Photoshop Album from acting on these occasions.