Most laptops are not meant to be overclocked or undervolted.
And the programs you are trying to run are to much for them to handle that is why you get overheating.
Look on the Adobe website for the system requirements and you will see that it requires a separate GPU to handle the video processing.
OK, I'll be honest with you, I've been using Adobe products for so long.
You don't necessarily need GPU for this, integrated is enough, yaa it lags
sometimes but does work and doesn't heat, especially when it's Intel based
system. I've never faced overheating issues on Intel based laptops or
desktops. And I know the "recommended" system requirements for Adobe
products to run, look at Lenovo Ideapad 110 system specs, I should be able
to use Adobe software. TBH, if this laptop had Intel CPU, there would be no
problem. AMD sucks in single core performance anyways.