Learn how to remove Adobe Updater Windows 10 here, as we explore the best ways to safely stop Adobe Updater without running into further complications.
How can I easily stop the Adobe Updater?
1. Disable the Adobe Acrobat Update task
- Search for Task Scheduler in Cortana and open it.
- Click the Task Schedule Library on the left.
- Right-click the Adobe Acrobat Update Task.
- Hit Disable From the right-side panel.
- Close the Task Scheduler.
2. Remove Adobe Updater
Use the Services.msc
- Initialize the run command box by pressing Windows + R and enter Services. Then hit Enter.
- Find the Adobe Acrobat Update Service, right-click on it, and hit Properties.
- Choose Disabled from the Startup type dropdown.
- Click Apply to save the settings and click OK to exit the Window.
Use the Registry Editor
- Press the Windows key + R to open the run dialog box, type Regedit, and hit Enter.
- Navigate to the following location:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWow6432NodeAdobeAdobe ARMLegacyReader(product code)
- Double-click Mode and then change the Value Data from 3 to 0.
Note: After this process is completed, restart your PC to have the settings take effect.
- Open the Application Manager.
- Click the Preferences button at the bottom of the window.
- Uncheck the option Notify me of new updates on the menu bar.
Note: If you can’t find the options specified above, make sure that you are actually in the Application Manager window, and not in the Creative Cloud Client.
The steps in this post will help you permanently disable Adobe Updater both on Windows 10 and Mac OS.
If you have read to this point, then it’s safe to say that you now know how to remove Adobe Updater from your Windows 10 machine.
If you have any other questions or suggestions, don’t hesitate to leave them in the comments section below.