Subject: Re: Remove Adobe Stock Photos?
Worse, it DOES run processes that interrupt you when you switch to Bridge, and does eat up system resources. That's true even if you delete the directories in my experience.
The argument given, that it's so integrated into Bridge that you can't untangle it, is identical to the weakest argument Microsoft had in its anti-trust case. Microsoft figured out how to untangle Explorer in less than a month of calendar time, which in the software world means it wasn't entangled at all in fact. But no one cares about Adobe's dominance in the image editing market, so they're unlikely to change behavior voluntarily, or be forced to involuntarily.
They've chosen to completely blow us off, acting like there are more photo editors who buy the software than photographers and artists. (Or that we have less leverage.) They know that is not true at all.
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