I've upgraded to macOS Catalina and now noticing some long unused apps that I'm purging from my system. Adobe Creative Cloud being one of them (well, many of them).

I know there is an Creative Cloud Uninstaller but it is 32-bit so won't run on Catalina. I've downloaded the most recent but after running it quits with errors (and doesn't seem to do a thing).

Is there a list of every CC file that Adobe spewed throughout my filesystem so I can delete them manually?

  • Have you tried the Adobe Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool? The KB shows it was just updated so maybe it can help. I'm not adding this as an answer because I don't know if it will work for you or not. – fsb Oct 18 '19 at 3:07
  • @fsb unfortunately that didn't work. It may have done something (hard to tell) but it didn't clear 32-bit apps from /Applications or from /System/Application Support/Adobe or elsewhere in Preferences as I was hoping. – Meltemi Oct 18 '19 at 15:50

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