Disable the extension of the 'README.RPT' file, so the above folder gets deleted without any error message· · 3. Delete files 'README.RPT', 'cc-install.pkg', 'adobe-setup.exe' and 'adobe-setup.pkg.zip' · · 4. You can install Adobe CC after deleting the following files with these command-line steps: sudo rm -r adobe-setup.pkg.zip sudo rm -r adobe-setup.pkg sudo rm -RF adobe-install.pkg.zip sudo rm -RF adobe-install.pkg sudo rm -RF adobe-setup.pkg.zip · 5. If you installed CC without installation from the official site, you have to remove those above files as well. But these steps are to remove CC folder and its contents from the folder and search list of explorer. To remove the content, copy and paste this command-line in Windows 8.x and use right-mouse click and select 'copy' ls -la — 'CC-1.3.0-X.×.X' / 'CC-1.3.0' This removes the 'CC-1.3.0' file and its contents from your current explorer context. To remove the CC folder and its contents from the search engine context use this command-line ls -la — adobe.com/CC (You can also use the above-mentioned program as explained here by Adobe Creative Cloud User. You can also do the above program manually using the following command to delete the 'CC-1.3.0-X.×.X' file from the search engine context adobe.com/CC -D That is the only step that saves you to get any license dialogs again. Do note that it is not possible to delete CC-1. X. X from the search engine (but you can check that it is deleted in CC website before you delete it). That is, as long as you deleted the whole CC-1.3.x folder before deleting any files from the 'CC-1.3.0-X.×.X' folder. But it's also possible to delete CC-1.0.