Adobe Not working on Mac
Based in San Jose, California, United States, Adobe is an American multinational company that provides software and application services like Flash Player, Photoshop. Besides providing astonishing services for computers and applications, the company facilitates users with top-notch features that make the tasks easier for any user.
Some effective way to resolve Adobe not working on Mac
By disabling the third-party plug-ins
In order to remove the third-party extensions and plug-ins, you need to go to the Application on your Mac and select 'Adobe Application' and choose 'Plug-ins'. Then you should restart the application and still, the problem persists, go to plug-ins back and try a different solution. In addition, the problem does not persist, you should go for the next steps.
By disabling extensions
Also, you can start Adobe Extension Manager in order to resolve Adobe not working issue. And choose Adobe Application from the product list. After that, disable all the extensions. If the problem doesn't resolve with it then enable all the extensions and disable the extension one by one. As in this way, you can figure out which extension causing the issue in the functioning of the Adobe application. And click on the remove option to remove that particular extension.
By optimizing scratch disks
Whenever RAM space gets filled and insufficient space is left to access the Adobe software at that time the application uses a scratch disk. A scratch disk provides temporary space for storing data and performing computations. Besides, maximizing the scratch disk performance users can prevent system errors and freezing issues with Adobe Application.
Also, you may resolve Adobe not working on the Mac issue by troubleshooting the fonts as sometimes they are also responsible for not working the Adobe Application on your Mac. As some of the fonts are not compatible with Mac and hence causes glitches.
As you apply the above instructions in practice, you will be able to troubleshoot all the issues that you face with the Adobe Applications and you will no longer see them in the future.