See this document for a solution: can I learn about more about the new features in Photoshop CC? The MAX demo was a preview of something we are working on.
Updates can occur for many reasons: new features being added, fixing bugs, or, most importantly, patching security flaws.
Sometimes it's irritating getting notified of updates to programs when you're working or playing a game, and it isn't uncommon for automatic updating to lack a disable button.
Click Download: Note: Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app is supported on Mac OS X 10.7 or later, and Windows 7 or later.
If you’re downloading an App on an older operating system, Adobe Application Manager is used to download and install your app.
In my example, it is an empty GPO, but there’s no reason why you can’t add this to an existing GPO.
In your GPO, go to Computer Configuration Registry Item.
Here’s how to disable the Acrobat update checks so that your end users don’t see messages like this: This tutorial is intended for systems administrators that are using some kind of systems management product for updating 3rd party software like SCCM, Landesk, etc.
Many of the security flaws in 3rd party software can lead to malware infections and/or compromised computers.
If you have Adobe Acrobat X installed on your management station, you can browse the registry to the setting you’ll be changing. After clicking Select, you’ll be taken to the New Registry Properties window.
(If you don’t, you can skip the next couple of steps and copy the entry manually.) In the Window that opens, click the “…” button next to Key Path. You’ll need to enter the following: Value name: b Updater Value type: REG_DWORD Value data: 00000000 Base: Hexadecimal If you didn’t have Adobe Acrobat X installed on your management station, you can enter the following: Action: Update Hive: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Key Path: SOFTWAREPolicies Adobe Adobe Acrobat10.0Feature Lock Down Value name: b Updater Value type: REG_DWORD Value data: 00000000 Base: Hexadecimal When you click OK, it should look something like this in the Group Policy Management Editor: All that is left is to let Group Policy refresh on your test systems (or you can run a manually).
the the latest version of AAM directly from here: If I install Photoshop CC, does it update and replace the version of Photoshop CS6 I currently have installed? Photoshop CC (version 14.0) is a major version update and will install completely separate from Photoshop CS6.