AutoSave For Adobe Photoshop CS3 And CS4

AutoSave For Adobe Photoshop CS3 And CS4

Updated: September 26, 2013

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Auto save in Photoshop? Imagine hours and hours of hard work lost due to a sudden power-lost or bad programming (bug) causes Adobe Photoshop to crash. Everyone been through this nightmare, unless you’re old school with a T-Square and a drafting table.

AutoSaver is a free portable tool that saves the file on which you are working after an interval of time that you can set. It works on all apps that support the hotkey CTRL + s.

AutoSave For Adobe Photoshop CS3 And CS4

Tested with Adobe Photoshop CS3 and AutoCAD 2007. This tiny application automatically execute the ‘CTRL + S’ command in the background, discreet I like! Download AutoSaver, you’ll love it.

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8 Comments

  1. Pushkin Passey
    September 6, 2010

    The problem with this is that when one is working on large PSD files (over 100mb atleast) it takes atleast 4-5 seconds to save the file. It sounds less but it’s actually quite a lot since it you can’t do anything during that time and that 5 seconds can really distract your concentration!

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    • admin
      September 6, 2010

      @Pushkin Passey

      Yeah, not so ideal for those working on a really huge file, then again, 5 seconds for a sip of coffee aint that bad.

      Reply
  2. Witold
    September 6, 2010

    Does Photoshop not have a built-in set up which takes care of automatic saves once tuned up to do just that? AutoCAD allows to have the drawing auto-saved every 1 minute at most frequent, so what would be the point to install a gadget to perform this?

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    • admin
      September 7, 2010

      No, Photoshop doesn’t have an autosave option…. not in CS3. Probably in CS4 and above.

      Reply
  3. Carlos
    September 7, 2010

    Ctrl+S never been a problem for me. It can even help me relax or perceive more ideas by doing it many times as fast as I can hahaha

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  4. Electric
    February 5, 2011

    Take a look at PsdAutoSaver. It has options not only about when to save, but *if* a document should be saved, based on how large the file is. So, larger files can be saved less frequently, or not at all. http://www.electriciris.com/psdautosaver.html

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  5. Elfpainter
    February 5, 2011

    This is autosave program ‘Photoshop autosave’
    It’s all Free and Portable. Autosave and Backup files. Support Photoshop,Painter,Manga Studio
    It’s free but you can buy me a beer ;->

    supported(tested) Photoshop CS3/4/5 and Painter 9/11

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  6. Eric
    February 20, 2014

    This feature is now available built into CS6. Kinda nostalgic looking back how far Photoshop has come!

    Reply

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