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Photoshop CS5 Bridge


Thereferee21

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I had a trial of CS5 which i am trying to delete but keep getting told that i have to get rid of the above but am not having any luck in doing it. Can anyone enlighten me.

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Ian

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john bunyan

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In W7: Start/Control Panel/Programmes and Features. Highlight Adobe Bridge to uninstall

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hssutton

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I believe that Bridge is an integral part of CS5 and therefore cannot be uninstalled as a seperate item. Although you do get an option (I think) to install or not at the initial install of CS5

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Thereferee21

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It wont let me remove CS5 without closing CS5Bridge first and i cannoy do it it just keeps going from one to the other.

Ian

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BRYNIT

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If you have CCleaner you could disable Adobe Bridge this should allow you to uninstall CS5.

Open CCleaner and go to tools/Startup highlight Adobe Bridge and click on disable or use any other program that will allow you to disable startup programs.

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hssutton

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Closing Bridge is not the same as uninstalling Bridge

You may find that you will have to go to Control Panel>>Administrative Tools>>System Configuration and deselect the Adobe listings. Bridge may be running at computer start-up. Typing msconfig in the search box is a quicker way to get there.

Hopefully one of our more knowledgable PC expert will explain it better

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hssutton

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Brynit's solution may be a quicker way

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