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Disable auto-launching Adobe Creative Cloud at login macOS

Adobe Creative Cloud, is a very important component for the new versions of the program suite graphics editing, vector editing si Photo editing, and Adobe.

Without questioning the undeniable usefulness of Adobe Creative Cloud, we will focus on a less stressful part of this component. Automatic launch of Adobe Creative Cloud when starting the macOS operating system.

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Quite annoying to many users, especially like this can not be disabled if we are not sign in to the Adobe Creative Cloud service. The good news is that there is a command line in Terminal that can disable Adobe Creative Cloud from launching on macOS startup.

How can we disable Adobe Creative Cloud auto-launch on macOS

  1. We open the Terminal application (present by default on all systems macOS / OS X).
  2. We execute the command line:
  launchctl unload -w /Library/LaunchAgents/com.adobe.AdobeCreativeCloud.plist   

After running the command line above, Adobe Creative Cloud will no longer be launched automatically when the operating system is started. The reverse of the command line to launch Adobe Creative Cloud is:

  launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchAgents/com.adobe.AdobeCreativeCloud.plist  

Creative Cloud includes support for Photoshop, Illustration, InDesignIllustrator DrawPremiere ClipPhotoshop SketchLightroomComp CCAdobe Premiere Pro and other applications Adobe.
The programs are available at download pe adobe.com.

Disable auto-launching Adobe Creative Cloud at login macOS

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