Many people complain that they often experience errors when using Adobe software. One of the most common types of error is the annoying error message that either reads “the Adobe software you are using is not genuine” or “Non-genuine software pop-up”.
Things like this can indeed be tolerated once or twice. However, if an error message like this appears repeatedly when you are using Adobe software, of course, it will upset anyone, right? So, to fix this problem, I will share tips on how to disable Adobe’s genuine software integrity service on Mac devices.
Luckily, we don’t need any third-party apps. The only app we need is the Mac’s built-in “Finder”. Without any further ado, let’s move to the steps that you need to follow:
- First, open “Finder” on your Mac.
- Navigate to Library Folder on your Mac.
- Then, click “Application Support” and then choose “Adobe”.
- Finally, click on “AdobeGCCClient”, delete that folder, and also clear it in Trash as well.
- For reminder, in the latest versions of Mac Updates, you can’t find the Library Folder. You need to access the Library folder and open Finder. Then find the GO tab and type ~/Library manually.