It is getting pretty annoying that to open photoshop I once in a while need to re-login to the cloud.
Also, the popup to complete my registration details keeps coming up, although I have completed it numerously...
This is on Win7x64
Yes, I get the same thing running Windows 8.1x64. No rhyme or reason as to when is shows up. Ironically, I keep getting this email from Adobe "Three key things about your Creative Cloud Membership":
1. We've got your back
" As part of your membership, free help resources are available 24/7. The Creative Cloud Help hub lets you chat directly with Customer Support experts, check out FAQs, and access tutorials to help you get started using your favorite apps. Our Adobe Community site lets you ask questions and participate in product forums. Still need help? Call 800-833-6687. "
2. No internet connection? No problem.
"All your Creative Cloud desktop applications are installed directly on your computer. Access all your apps through the Creative Cloud app. Once apps are installed, you won't need an Internet connection to use them."
3. Your files are your files. Always.
"When you sync files to Creative Cloud, you'll always have a local copy of your files in addition to the 20GB of cloud storage included in your membership. Even if your membership status changes, you can access all of the files in the Creative Cloud folder on your computer and via the Creative Cloud website."
#2 seems to be applicable here, and it's complete BS. Every now and then I've had to log in to my account to even open PS. This is a service that is completely based on the internet. You have to download all the software and activate it periodically. It's not a problem if you don't have a connection?
#1 24/7 Chat line with Adobe customer service. Enough said. There are also online tutorials and the help forums. I've generally found these very useful, but again "No internet connection? No problem."?
#3 Seems to be Adobe's answer to our questions about an exit strategy. Their definition of "access" is different from mine. "Hey, your files are your files! Move 'em around, burn 'em to disc -- oh, you wanted to ACCESS them. Sorry, you have to subscribe.