Adobe Creative Cloud is draining the battery too fast

It also serves as the primary launch platform for Adobe products. From here you can install, update, manage and remove programs.

However, the Adobe Creative Cloud is not without its problems. Users have complained that Adobe Creative Cloud tends to drain the battery very quickly.

I found out today that my Creative Cloud is drastically reducing battery life.  Can anyone help me with advice on how to combat this problem?  I have a MacBook Pro 13 from 2014.  Apple told me that the best they could do for me was to stop syncing the files unless I removed the application completely.  Can I download Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere and InDesign without the cloud?

Judging by the way this problem is described, it may be related to another problem that some users have experienced. This means that the Creative Cloud takes up most of the CPU resources even when it is not active.

If you want to fix the high CPU usage of Creative Cloud, we have some interesting solutions for you, so don’t hesitate to check them out.

What do I do if the Adobe Creative Cloud battery runs out of power?

1. Download the latest version of Adobe Creative Cloud

Make sure you download and install the latest version of Creative Cloud. Battery life is continuously improved and software is optimized to consume fewer resources.

Just refresh the application and check the battery status. You’ll definitely see an improvement.

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2. Disable font and file synchronization

  1. Launch the Adobe Creative Cloud. (Start it from the taskbar if it is already open).
  2. Go to the settings panel.
  3. Open the Creative Cloud tab.
  4. Go to the fonts.
  5. Select Off under TYPEKIT ON/OFF on the right.
  6. Open the Files tab.
  7. Directly below the SYNC on/off option, select Off.
  8. Confirm the changes.
  9. Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.

3. Uninstall and reinstall Adobe Creative Cloud

  1. Download the official uninstaller for Creative Cloud.
  2. Unpack the archives.
  3. Start the uninstaller.
  4. Follow the instructions on the screen.

Run a system check for possible errors

Press Start Scan to find problems with Windows.

Press Repair Everything to fix problems with proprietary technologies.

Scan the PC with Restoro Repair Tool to find errors that cause security problems and slowdowns. Once the scan is complete, the repair process replaces the damaged files with new Windows files and components.

The Creative Cloud tends to leave a lot of data behind, so it is recommended to use Adobe Cleaner before trying a new installation.

  1. Click here to download Adobe Creative Cloud Cleaner for Windows.
  2. When the download is complete, right-click.
  3. Choose Run as Administrator.
  4. Follow the instructions on the screen.
  5. Restart your computer.
  6. Reinstall the Creative Cloud.

By following these instructions, you can prevent the Creative Cloud from overcharging your battery.

4. Turn off antivirus software when using the Creative Cloud

The Creative Cloud is known to raise suspicion in many antivirus programs. Given the already high battery level, it may not make sense to constantly check the antivirus software.

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