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This is a user to user forum. We can't tell you why they are included.
Suffice to say a number of people probably do like the association.
Jeff,<br /><br />This is a user to user forum. We can't tell you why policy makers do what <br />they do.<br /><br /><br /><Jeff_Eicher@adobeforums.com> wrote in message <br />news:email@example.comNXanI...<br />> Why was this program included with Adobe reader? I did not want Photoshop <br />> elements installed on my computer. If I had a choice to accept the <br />> download or not that would be fine but the choice was not even given to <br />> me. This program was piggybacked onto reader without my approval. If I <br />> want an Adobe product I will go and get it but I do not appreciate having <br />> the product loaded on my computer in this manner. It is bad enough that we <br />> have to use Reader to view PDF's as this is a bloated product. I do not <br />> want other Adobe products forced on my computer as well. end of rant.
> It is bad enough that we have to use Reader to view PDF's
Then go get one of the many alternatives.
Found the answer to my question (which I left posted below). Didn't think to look for a little camera icon...
Well, since it downloaded (I also did not know I was getting it) how do I get it to stop automatically opening up every time I insert a USB drive into my computer? That is what I am finding annoying.
Right click on that camera icon in system tray and select "Disable". There won't be auto-launch then on connecting USB Devices.