When computer users install the Adobe Creative Cloud application, Core Sync will be installed on their computers automatically. Therefore, PC users that like to use the Creative Cloud probably will be enduring the Core Sync process spending a lot of their Mac's CPU resources. It is not hard to notice when Core Sync is eating up your CPU resources because it will start heating up and diminishing its velocity. When this happens, there's no time to lose. Otherwise, computer users will have overheating issues.
However, Core Sync is a secure process, and Core Sync's CPU's high utilization can be fixed with some easy measures.
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How to Adjust the High CPU Usage of Core Sync?
Whenever the Core Sync's CPU usage becomes hard to control, you should take some quick steps to set the CPU percentage back to standard.
Restart Your Computer
Restarting your computer is a momentary fix to the high CPU problem. It will empty the system memory and move the system resources. It is a quick way to drop your CPU temperature.
Disable the Core Sync Process
You can choose the Core Sync process and disable it manually via your Activity Monitor. This will diminish the CPU greatly, and the computer's velocity will return to normal.
End the Core Sync Extensions
You also can mend an atypical CPU usage by ending the Core Sync extensions and operations. You can do it from your Mac's System Preference directly.
End the Core Sync Cache Files
End the cache files of the Core Sync saved on your machine and adjust any issue that develops with it.
Delete the Core Sync Cache Files
Deleting the Core Sync cache files stored on your computer will fix any stability and corruption issues that developed with it.
However, if the measures above do not work, you can always try to update your Creative Cloud Application. Another critical point is that the version of the Creative Cloud Application MUST be genuine. Otherwise, it is almost certain that you will have problems.