To remove the Creative Cloud Files folder from the Windows File Explorer sidebar, users must open the Registry Editor, search for the folder, and type "0" in the value data field.
The folder can still be accessed by manually navigating to the folder in the primary user folder.
This article provides a step-by-step guide on how to remove the Creative Cloud Files folder from the File Explorer sidebar in Windows 10. The steps involve opening the Registry Editor, searching for the folder, and typing "0" in the value data field. Once the folder is removed, it can still be accessed by going to "C:Usersusername>Creative Cloud Files" and rebooting the system.
How to Remove Creative Cloud from File Explorer Sidebar
Adobe's Creative Cloud installer places a Creative Cloud Files entry in the Windows File Explorer sidebar when installing any Creative Cloud app, regardless of whether the user plans to use the file storage feature. To remove this entry, users must modify a entry in the Windows Registry and set it to 0 (zero). If the Creative Cloud Files sidebar entry still exists, users can manually access it by manually navigating to the folder in their primary user folder.
How to Remove Creative Cloud Files from the File Explorer Sidebar in Windows
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