As a user of Adobe Creative Cloud, you may have noticed a popup that appears every time you launch an application, asking you to accept the license agreement. While this can be a minor annoyance, there are ways to remove the popup and streamline your workflow. In this article, we will walk you through the steps to remove the Adobe CC license agreement popup.
Step 1: Locate the Adobe preferences folder
The Adobe preferences folder contains various settings that govern the behavior of Creative Cloud applications. To locate this folder, navigate to the Adobe Creative Cloud folder located in your Applications folder. Next, open the folder for the application you want to remove the license agreement popup from. For example, if you want to remove the popup from Photoshop, open the Adobe Photoshop CC 2021 folder.
Step 2: Open the AMT folder
Once you’ve located the application folder, open the AMT folder. This folder contains files related to product activation for Creative Cloud applications.
Step 3: Delete the OOBE folder
Within the AMT folder, you will see a folder labeled “OOBE.” This folder contains the license agreement popup. To remove the popup, simply delete the entire OOBE folder. This will prevent the popup from appearing the next time you launch the application.
Step 4: Disable automatic updates
If you want to ensure that the license agreement popup never returns, you can disable automatic updates for the application. To do this, open the application and navigate to Edit > Preferences > General (Windows) or Photoshop > Preferences > General (Mac). Within the General preferences tab, uncheck the box next to “Automatically check for updates” and click “OK.”
In conclusion, removing the Adobe CC license agreement popup is a quick and easy process that can help streamline your workflow. By deleting the OOBE folder and disabling automatic updates, you can ensure that you never have to deal with this annoying popup again. Happy editing!