The Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool allows you to more precisely remove installation records for Creative Cloud or Creative Suite applications that may have become corrupted or may be causing problems with a new installation. It can be particularly helpful if you have installed prerelease software on your system, and now want to remove it. If you’re having trouble installing Creative Cloud apps, Creative Suite (CS3–CS6) apps, Photoshop Elements, or Adobe Premiere Elements, the Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) Cleaner Tool can help. Likewise, if you're unable to connect to Adobe servers, the Cleaner Tool can help by removing entries in your computer's host files that are blocking access to Adobe software and servers.
• Choose your language: Type e for English or j for Japanese, and then press Enter. Kindle app for mac. • Review the Adobe End-User License Agreement: Type y to accept or n to decline (if you decline, the script stops).
• Type the number that corresponds to the option you want to select and then press Enter. For example, type 4 (CC Apps) if you want to uninstall a Creative Cloud app.
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• From the list of applications for the selected option that appears on the screen, select the application that you want to remove by typing the number that corresponds to the app name and then press Enter. • Confirm that you want to remove the product: Type y and then press Enter.
• (Optional) If you're unable to connect to Adobe's servers, repeat these steps to fix your host files. After accepting the End-User License Agreement, type 12 to select the host files option. Confirm that you want to fix the host files: Type y and then press Enter.
The Cleaner Tool creates a backup of the hosts files (named hosts_bkup) in the same directory, which you can revert to if a problem occurs. • Select your language from the menu in the upper-right corner of the window. • Review the Adobe End-User License Agreement: Click Accept to accept or Quit to decline (if you decline, the script stops). • Select an option from the menu in the upper-right corner of the window. For example, select CC Apps if you want to uninstall a Creative Cloud app. • From the table, select the app you want to clean up, and then click Cleanup Selected. (Click Clean All to clean up all installer-related files for the option you chose in step c.) • (Optional) If you're unable to connect to Adobe's servers, select Fix Host File from the table to repair your host files, and then click Cleanup Selected. The Cleaner Tool creates a backup of the hosts files (named hosts_bkup) in the same directory, which you can revert to if a problem occurs.
• Click the following link to download the Adobe Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool for Windows:. • Create a directory/folder named AdobeCreativeCloudCleanerTool_Win and then copy the downloaded file in it. • Choose Start > Run and type cmd. • In the Command Prompt window, change directories to the AdobeCreativeCloudCleanerTool_Win directory that you created.
• Type AdobeCreativeCloudCleanerTool.exe ‐‐removeAll= CREATIVECLOUDCS6PRODUCTS • To remove Flash Player, type AdobeCreativeCloudCleanerTool.exe --removeAll= CREATIVECLOUDCS6PRODUCTS --removeFP=1.