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How to get rid of Adobe CC??

Discussion in 'General Software' started by Drakaron, Jun 2, 2018.

  1. Drakaron

    Drakaron

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    Hi people,

    i made the huge mistake of trying out adobe cc some time ago and wanted to get rid of it...
    i tried the normal deinstallation, which... for some reason required me to login with my cc account (which i didn't remember or didn't have, creating one also didn't really help).

    then i tried a program called "revo uninstaller" - which did attempt to delete all the adobe products and told me it was successful, unfortunately they still show up after each restart in my task manager.

    i tried adobes cc cleaner, which also told me that all adobe products got successfully deleted but when i open my task manager i still see this:
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    how do i get rid of this?
     
  2. DSTM (Dougie)

    DSTM (Dougie) Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    Hi, and Welcome to Computer Help Forums.
    Three options I use are.
    1 System Restore, to a point prior to installing CC.
    2 Download a program called "Everything". Open path to each CC entry and try and Delete.
    https://www.voidtools.com/downloads/
    3 Download "Lock Hunter" and try and delete CC entries that way. I find Lock Hunter excellent.
    https://lockhunter.com/
     
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