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Adobe Photoshop greatly benefits from performance tuning. Through careful hardware configuration and preference settings, you can make Photoshop run faster and more efficiently—and a Photoshop system that runs efficiently is one that doesn't interrupt your creative process.
In this installment of Photoshop Insider Training, Photoshop senior product manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes steps through the process of optimizing Photoshop's performance. The course begins with hardware configuration, from processor and memory recommendations to hard drive and solid-state drive (SSD) advice. Next, learn about the Photoshop preferences that deliver the best balance of performance and flexibility. Finally, discover the best way to move and save files and how other applications and even the health of your disk drive impact Photoshop's processes.
Performance is more than just hardware performance and optimization, it's workflow as well. And so with that in mind, I wanted to just pass on a couple of other courses that I think are really important for workflow. There's a great new one on Photoshop CC Selections and Layer Masking. Which are things that we touched on in the course. This one's by Tim Gray. I've got one of my own on insider training enhancing photos general overview of how to do really cool things with your images. And then Deke McClelland's got a great one on Photoshop CC, and intermediate course, where he does well only what Deke can and goes real deep on a variety of features.
So hopefully those'll round out the performance optimization with some workflow optimization. Thanks a lot.
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