Acrobat DC takes over the computer when assembling PDF files.
It seems that Acrobat DC wants to be in charge of my computer when assembling multiple PDF files into one PDF. After each file added, Acobat DC forces itself to have the focus, and brings itself to the front, no matter what other application I'm in. My computer has 24 cores, and 64 GIG of ram, yet Acrobat DC won't multi-task and let any other app have focus whiles it's assembling PDF files.
Have you started to face this issue recently or was it happening earlier as well?
As far as I know this has only happened in Acrobat DC, not in 11 or earlier.
Very VERY annoying that on a computer with 12 cores, I can't do anything else when combining files.
When is this gong to be fixed?
Charles Tishman commented
I can confirm that this issue occurs. Whenever I'm combining PDFs into a binder, Acrobat DC steals focus every single time a new file is opened, rendering the computer unusable until the process is complete.
The whole times I've been using Acrobat DC this has happened.
This happens after I add a number file to Acrobat and select the combine button.
Acrobat then takes focus after each file is added. You can't use the computer for anything else until it's done.