Premiere Pro does not fully kill its process when closing on Windows
On the latest Windows 10 OS and Premiere version, when closing the premiere application, it does not kill the premiere process. The window will close but the process is still active and taking a large chunk of memory (viewable in Task Manager). To fully kill the premiere, you have to end the process via task manager. A new premiere window cannot be opened unless it is killed fully via task manager.
Ray Jenson commented
I have this problem with Premiere Pro and AE. It remains using 10% CPU for 24 hours solid (I have a graph) after the windows all close. Looks like a feedback loop of some kind after all the windows close.
I've had it NOT happen one time.
Rayen Dhaukal commented
I have this problem now, but for me its premier and afftereffect
Brett Naples commented
Still having this problem with the new 14.0 2019 update. SERIOUSLY ADOBE? why are you doing this to your customers? Show some respect for the people who pay for your product and release a working version!
Lucas de Barros commented
Does anyone have a solution for that? This is very annoying.
Taya Shear commented
THIS^^ IT IS SO FRUSTRATING
George Ramsay commented
have the same problem in MAC OS. Premiere is rarely able to close on its own without having to Force Quit