Adobe CEF Helper High Memory or CPU Usage? [Quick Solution for Windows 10/11]

Adobe Creative Suite 5 introduced a helper application called Adobe CEF Helper. This program ran in the background and handled some tasks related to Adobe Flash Player. However, the software was buggy and caused high CPU usage. In fact, there are many reports of Adobe Creative Cloud crashing while running CEF Helper. If you experience problems like this, try disabling CEF Helper.

Why does Adobe CEF Helper use a lot of CPU?

This utility allows you to use the cloud storage space offered by Adobe CC to store files locally. You can do this because it’s part of the Creative Cloud app, and not a standalone application. However, if there are problems with the downloaded version of Creative Cloud, the installer, or the installation process itself, CEF Helpper will cause high CPU usage, even though the program isn’t running.

In the system information window, look under Processes tab, and make sure that none of the following processes are listed:

• Adobe CEF Helper

• Adobe Creative Cloud Installer

• Adobe Creative Cloud

If one of those processes is listed, uninstall it and reinstall the software. If you still experience issues, contact support.

How to Fix High CPU Use by Adobe CEF Helper?

Adobe Flash Player uses a helper application called Adobe CEF (Content Encryption Format) to decrypt video streams. This process consumes significant resources, especially when it runs continuously. If you notice high CPU usage while watching videos online, check whether Adobe CEF Helper is still active. You can stop it manually or automatically.

This article explains how to fix Adobe CEF Helper high CPU usage.

Disable Auto-Update

Auto-update is something you might want to disable for certain programs. This article explains how to do it.

Turn off File Sync

Adobe Creative Cloud allows you to sync files across multiple devices. This feature is useful if you want to work on a project on one device and continue working on it later on another device. However, there are times when you don’t want to sync certain files. For example, you might want to work on a photo without having to upload it to your computer. Or maybe you’re editing a video and don’t want to save it to your hard drive. In those cases, you can turn off file synchronization.

To do this, open the preferences menu and select the “File & Devices” section. Click on the cogwheel icon next to “Sync Files.” Then, uncheck the box labeled “Enable cloud storage,” and click OK. Your files won’t sync anymore.

Stop the process and stop the new business.

Adobe Creative Cloud desktop applications use the CCXService.EXE program to run. If you want to end the process, close all the Adobe Creative Cloud applications. Then restart your PC.

If you want to halt the startup, follow the steps below:

1. Click Start button.

2. Type msconfig into the Search box.

3. In the System Configuration window, select Services tab.

4. Double-click the Startup entry.

5. Select Disabled and click OK.

Stop Third-Party Anti-Virus

Some Antivirus programs don’t let you disable them from within their own program. This is because many people use multiple anti-virus programs on one computer, and disabling one could prevent it from updating itself. If you are having trouble with your current anti-virus software, try contacting the vendor directly. They may be able to help you out without disabling the feature.

Your antivirus might cause problems such as slowing down your PC or crashing. This is because some third party vendors have been known to alter the way their products work. If you do notice anything odd with your system performance, contact support immediately. There is no guarantee that your problem will be fixed, but it is worth trying.

You should always keep your Antivenr updated. This is especially important if you are running Windows 10. Microsoft releases security patches every month, and there is a good chance that your version of the operating system is already up to date. However, if you want to make sure, check your settings under the Security tab.

If you find yourself constantly getting pop-ups telling you about viruses, malware, etc., it could mean that your browser is infected. Try uninstalling your web browser and reinstalling it. Sometimes, the issue lies with the browser itself, rather than your computer.

Run SFC Command

The Run SFC command is used to fix corrupt system files. A corrupt file can cause issues such as unexpected shutdowns, freezes, slow speeds, and crashes. In addition, it could lead to data loss and security risks. If you are experiencing problems with Windows 10, try running the Run SFC command.

This tool will scan and repair corrupted system files. This tool should be executed by an administrator. To run the tool, open the Start menu, type “cmd”, and press Enter. You will see a black window pop up. Type “run sfc /scannow”. Press Enter again.

You should now see a progress bar indicating how long the process takes to complete. Once finished, close the command prompt.

Update Windows

– Fixing the “Adobe Flash Player Not Responding” Issue

If your computer is running Windows 10, it might show up a message saying that Adobe Flash Player is not responding. If this happens, you are probably facing an issue with the latest version of the software. You can fix this problem by updating your system to the latest version of the program.

This issue occurs because of an outdated version of Adobe flash player. To solve this problem, simply update your operating system to the latest version. We recommend that you download and install the latest version of the Adobe Flash Player directly from the official site.

You can follow our guide here to learn how to do that.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get rid of Creative Cloud on Windows?

Go to your Start Menu and find the program you installed. Look under “Programs”. Right-click the name of the program and select “Uninstall.”

Find the name of the program you want to uninstall and type it into the Search field. Select the program you want to remove. Choose Uninstall.

In the window that appears, choose Yes.

How do I stop Adobe CEF Helper from running in the background?

Adobe’s Creative Cloud app for Windows 10 includes a feature called “Creative Cloud Companion.” This tool allows you to access some features of the software without having to log into the cloud. However, it runs in the background, even though there are no notifications telling you about it. If you want to disable it, follow our instructions below.

Click on the arrow next to the name of the app to expand it. Scroll down until you find the entry for Adobe Creative Cloud Companion. Right-click on it and select Properties. In the dialog box that opens, uncheck the checkbox next to “Start Adobe Creative Cloud Companion automatically”. Close the window and restart your computer. You’re done!