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I downloaded and installed the program and immediately ran into problems.Every time I tried to start it, it immediately crashed. I've now blocked every Adobe process I can find and also disabled the Adobe startup entries. Thanks for the useful post and comments :):):) Mahesh, 10 Cool, thnx Michael, 10 : Thanks. I also stopped the irritating from running by renaming it from a to Adobe Info was always left running after opening a pdf and it sucked up 25megs of RAM for nothing. Randah, 10 I still get the pop-up =( Matt Sainsbury, 10 : @moonscape , it should work fine in Windows XP, if the boxes are grayed out, just click "advanced", then uncheck "Inherit from parent the permission entries that apply to child objects....", and then if another dialog appears, select "copy". To solve on XP, 09 , says: Delete the directories: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Updater(version number) C:\Documents and Settings\(user name)\Local Settings\Application Data\Adobe\Updater(version number) Problem solved. Ry Guy, 09 , says: Thanks, this method worked perfectly for both Acrobat Reader and Acrobat Standard in XP Pro sp2. Download it here: Adobe Acrobat comes in two flavors, the free version and the pro version.Recently, I received an invitation from Adobe to download a review copy of its latest PDF software, Adobe Acrobat X Pro.
Every time a new update has been downloaded and is ready to install, a notification will pop up to alert the user.Disable or stop Adobe Updater SEN HOME BLOG (GERMAN) ABOUT ME PUBLICATIONS BOOKS ARTICLES RADIO TV APPEARENCES CRITICS MUSIC PHOTOGRAPHS LEHRE / SYLLABI MY WEB 2.0 CONTENT MISC CONTACT LINKS Home / Misc / Computer troubles / HOW TO DISABLE ADOBE ACROBAT UPDATER System Windows Vista Business, Premium, and Ultimate with Adobe Acrobat Professional 8. Solution You have to stop "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Updater5\Adobe Updater.exe" from running. In about 1 week :( The first time I only noticed this after it had already downloaded about 400MB and I thought selecting the "Stop downloading and cancel all downloads" option would prevent this, but it happened again.Deletion won't help as adobe will create a new folder and file. First, start your task manager and kill the "Adobe Updater.exe" process. Right click the new file "Adobe Updater.exe", select "Properties", then "Security". We cannot afford their nearly unstoppable 1.1GB automatic updates :( There doesn't seem to be any options for cancelling (or even changing download preferences for) automatic updates in applications. Once you have finished the task, it’s highly recommended updates for the software should be turned back on as soon as possible.This service helps Updater to install updates silently in the background.
There are instances where these can be annoying or intrusive; for example, while giving a business presentation with the aid of a PDF document.