How to Fix Problems with Adobe Creative Cloud Products in Windows 10

Ivan Jenic By: Ivan Jenic
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Adobe software is used by millions of users, and it’s also expensive software, so it common to be concerned if you have issues with Adobe Creative Cloud products on Windows 10. If you’re having these issues there’s no need to worry, because we have a few solutions that can help you.

How to Solve Issues with Adobe Creative Cloud products and Windows 10

How to Solve Issues with Adobe Creative Cloud products and Windows 10

Users report that after installing Adobe Creative Cloud that many core applications such as Photoshop for example, don’t load, or load but don’t work well. As you can see, this is a big problem especially if you’re using Adobe software professionally, so what can you do to fix this?

Solution 1 – Make sure that your Windows 10 is up to date

Users confirm that issues with Adobe Creative Cloud are usually resolved after updating Windows 10 to the latest version. Microsoft is aware of this issue, and it’s working hard to fix any incompatibility issues that you might have with Adobe software, so the first step is to update your Windows 10 to the latest version.

Solution 2 – Download Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable

If your application still cannot start, you might need to reinstall Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable. Adobe applications rely heavily on Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable so you will have to install it.

According to Microsoft Adobe applications require Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable 2012 and you can download it from Microsoft’s website for free. Just make sure that you download and install both x86 and x64 versions if you’re using 64-bit operating system. As for the download link, you can download the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable 2012 from here.

In addition, you can try downloading Visual Studio 2013 as well. Here’s the link for all available versions of Visual Studio Redistributable. Just remember to restart your computer after you’ve installed Visual Studio Redistributable so the changes can be applied.

We also recommend you to download this tool (100% safe and tested by us)  to fix various PC problems, such as file loss, malware and hardware failure.

As you can see, fixing these issues is relatively easy, you just need to keep your Windows 10 up to date, and to have Visual Studio installed.

Read Also: Fix: Creative Console Launcher Doesn’t Work in Windows 10

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