In front of all you need to install a useful tool called Adobe Creative Suite 5. Adobe Creative Suite 5 provides integration with Adobe CS Live services that connect to the internet to provide enhanced functionality.
Do the following:
Quit all CS5 applications. Launch the Registry Editor: For Windows XP, choose Start > Run and type regedit then press return to open the registry editor. For Windows 7/Vista, choose Start, type regedit, and press return when the registry editor appears in the results. Create and/or edit the string value AdobeOnlineDefault: For 32-bit systems: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Adobe\AdobeOnlineDefault. For 64-bit systems: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Adobe\AdobeOnlineDefault If the sting value does not exist, you'll need to create it (right click on the container and choose New > String Value). Double-click this string value and set it's Value Data to "0" to disable; click OK. Close the Registry Editor.
i hope my solution can help you, if you want to know more please visit: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/846/cpsid_84665.html Answered Mar, 23 2011
I've written an article in my blog on how to disable the Photoshop Service Manager. I can not post links on here but you can find it at: Aftereffectstutorials -dot- blog -dot- com. The article is number 10. You can find the same information if you open the Help file in Photoshop and enter the search query: Service Manager Switch Off. Answered Apr, 28 2012
1 Press the "Windows" and "R" keys on your keyboard simultaneously. 2 Type "Services.msc" in the "Run" field that appears. Press "Enter." Press "Continue" in response to any prompts that may appear. 3 Right-click the program whose service you wish to change. 4 Select an option from the pop-up menu. You may start, stop, pause or look at the various properties of each program. 5 Close the Services program when finished. All changes are saved as soon as you make them.