- On May 18, 2018
Adobe Creative Cloud comes with a complete package including Adobe Update Manager. When you download and install Adobe Creative Suite, the Adobe Update Manager comes along with it. You need to disable Adobe Automatic Check for Updates option to avoid such frustrating messages. This program seek for updates and generates constant pop ups for updates.
Adobe Update Manager comes with Adobe application and runs in the background. Whenever you start your computer, this program gets boosted automatically. It creates sheer frustration amongst users. It also eats up the valuable resources from your system.
Effective Solutions to Disable Adobe Automatic Check for Updates:
Adobe Update Manager comes in a package with Adobe application. It you try to remove it, you need to edit the Windows registry. But keep that in mind that after you have removed the software from your system, you will no longer be notified for updates. To go on with the process, either you can read out the blog or connect with Adobe Update Services.
Solution 1: Disable Automatic Updates on Windows OS
- Navigate to Program Files followed by clicking on Common Files.
- Now click on Adobe and thus choose Updater 5.’
- Here you need to start the AdobeUpdater.exe application.
- Click on Preferences button as the update screen appears.
- Find the Automatically Check for updates checkbox and unmark it.
- Now click on OK to save the changes.
If you do not have internet connection, perform the following process:
- Navigate the location \Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Updater 5.
- Start the AdobeUpdater.exe application from there.
- An Adobe Updater Dialog box will appear. Click on Cancel button to dismiss the message.
- Now follow the location \Documents and Settings\[username]\Local Settings\Application Data\Adobe\Updater5 on Windows XP or …\[username]\AppData\Local\Adobe\Updater5 on Vista and open AdobeUpdaterPrefs.dat in Notepad.
- Change the value from 1 to 0, if the <AutoCheck>1</AutoCheck>tag already exists.
- Add <AutoCheck>0</AutoCheck>anywhere between the <AdobeUpdater></AdobeUpdater>
- Save the AdobeUpdaterPrefs.dat file. And thus close it.
Solution 2: Disable Automatic Updates on Mac OS
- Navigate the location /Applications/Utilities/Adobe Utilities/Adobe Updater5/.
- After that start the Adobe Updater Application.
- Click on Preferences Link when the dialog box appears.
- Look for Automatically Check for updates checkbox and thus uncheck it.
- Finally save the changes by clicking on Ok.
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