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Adobe Photoshop Elements

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#1 who is spying on me

who is spying on me

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Posted 15 November 2010 - 03:32 PM

I started logging suspicious processes on my computer. When Adobe Photoshop Elements is loading, just before it starts up, it copies the contents of the Windows XP clipboard. Would there be a legitimate reason for the software to do this?

Is there a utility that periodically wipes the clipboard clean, or do I need to overwrite anything that is not Adobe's business?

Just seems odd and unnecessary to me.

Thank you,

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