Install Photoshop CS6 (although currently exiting to CC 2015, but due to activation maturity, etc., I prefer to use CS6, enough!) ), install Adobe Application Manager by default.
However, if you accidentally open Adobe Application Manager separately, you will be forced to upgrade to Adobe Creative Cloud. If you upgrade your software through Adobe Bridge or Photoshop, you still use the Adobe Application Manager component, and there is no problem with the upgrade.
However, the issue of upgrading to Adobe Creative Cloud comes up, and I don't actually plan to upgrade PS CS6 to cc version or try other software from this component, and then uninstall it.
However, the cup is unloaded, indicating that the component and PS are dependent ...
Below, you can use Adobe's official adobe Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool. Click the link to download the file -AdobeCreativeCloudCleanerTool.exe
How to clean up the annoying Adobe Creative Cloud components of Photoshop CS6 being upgraded