Photoshop: Why does my Wifi keeps crashing every time i use PS?

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I've had this problem for a while now...now the best solution that I find is using my 5GHz wifi instead of the main one (2.4GHz). but i'm baffled as to why the hell using Adobe Photoshop CC keeps disconnecting me from the main wifi connection? it never does this to any other software.. only specifically to adobe softwares AKA Adobe Cloud..
when i restart the computer it comes back to normal but once i open the Adobe Cloud, few minutes of using photoshop CC i'll get disconnected from my main wifi connection (2.4Ghz)...I checked the firewall, and all that but its not even blocked..
the software runs fine i'm just confuse as to why the hell Adobe Cloud keeps crashing my Wifi connection..
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Shaun Steven Boribor

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Are you on windows or apple?
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So. It could be related to system RAM. Or a lack of actually. It could be your router.
Can you use Ethernet instead of a WiFi? Your WiFi could be getting interference from something and the load from CC is just too much.
I’ve got Ethernet now throughout the house through power line adapters. Much better speed and no interference.
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I highly doubt its the RAM cause i got 16gb 3600MHz.. I did used Ethernet and its still the same problem...I have a high-end pc(windows).....and like I said the software runs fine and smoothly..I tried changing the network adapter and still the same problem...so i'm pretty sure its the Adobe Cloud's that keep crashing my wifi connection...I checked other people  who had the same problem but there was no solution written..its not really a serious problem as i have solution for it...its just very annoying..plus there are people out there who doesnt have the option to enable the 5Ghz wifi connection so if there's someone who has the same problem as I, my solution might not work for them and the best thing they can do is always restart just so they can get their network connection again after using Adobe Cloud
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I see. I find that very strange I must say. I’ve never heard of software causing WiFi problems.
And you say you had the same problems on WiFi?
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yeah...it only specifically "crash" my main  wifi network (the 2.4Ghz) but never on my 5Ghz...which i find quite odd as well...
what it basically does is it disconnects me from the main wifi network and I could never reconnect it back as it keeps saying "could not connect to this network". but once i restart the computer its back to normal...but once I start the adobe Cloud again it'll get disconnected...