Adobe applications and what they do

Launch Creative Cloud apps

Where are my apps?

When you download and install Creative Cloud apps, they are installed in the same location where your applications are normally installed, such as the Program Files folder (Windows) or the Applications folder (Mac OS).

With the Creative Cloud desktop application, you can easily see all your Creative Cloud apps at a glance and launch them with a click. You can also launch your apps the same way you normally launch any app on your computer, from their installed location.


Adobe applications and what they do

A few apps, such as Touch App Plugins or Gaming SDK, can’t be launched from the Creative Cloud desktop app. To launch these apps, use the alternate method described below (launching apps from installed location).

By default, the Creative Cloud desktop application starts when you log in to your computer. If you don’t see the Creative Cloud icon, you may have quit the application. You can relaunch it:

  • Windows: Choose Start > Programs > Adobe Creative Cloud. 
  • Mac OS: Choose Go > Applications > Adobe Creative Cloud > Adobe Creative Cloud.

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