Increase Adobe Photoshop Performance And Memory

Updated on December 31, 2019 in Adobe Photoshop 2019

You might find this tutorial useful if your computer is slow. Here is a simple tutorial on how to increase Adobe Photoshop performance.

Method 1

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  • Step 1 – Go to ‘Edit’
  • Step 2 – Select ‘Preferences’
  • Step 3 – Select ‘Performance…’

Increase Adobe Photoshop Performance And Memory

  • Step 4 – Choose the ‘Performance’ tab
  • Step 5 – Increase the memory. 75% is ideal, anything more than that will slow down Windows.

Method 2

Use ReadyBoost, only available in Windows Vista and 7. You’ll need a USB flash drive or SD Card, preferably one with 2 to 4GB. Note: Doesn’t work on external hard disk, only on flash memory. Make sure the flash drive or SD card is empty.

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Increase Adobe Photoshop Performance And Memory

  • Step 1 – Right click on the USB Drive, go to ‘Properties’

Increase Adobe Photoshop Performance And Memory

  • Step 2 – Select the ‘ReadyBoost’ tab
  • Step 3 – Choose ‘Dedicate this device to ReadyBoost’, then click the ‘Ok’ button.

These methods will slightly increase the overall photoshop experience and performance, slightly. Very useful when it comes to handling large presentation files in A1 size at 300dpi.

The author is not a CAD expert nor a web genius. Just another guy spending too much time online. The tutorials featured here are meant for basic level understanding.

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