Photoshop Tutorial – How to Optimize Performance of Photoshop using Purge Option
Photoshop Tutorial – Optimize Performance of Photoshop using Purge Option in Photoshop
Welcome to today’s episode. In this episode I will be showing you the easiest and fastest way to optimize the performance of the Photoshop while working on a Project in Photoshop Document.
As you might have notices that sometimes while working for long in Photoshop, particularly in some specific document or project which contains large amount of layers or large number of editing steps, Photoshop become leggy and it takes years to perform simple task like saving the document etc.
This is actually caused by the limitation of the computer system as it runs out of empty Space in RAM.
So in order to improve the performance of the Photoshop while working on a project, you need to empty your RAM.
The easiest and fastest way to do that is using Purge option by going to the menu-Edit-Purge and selecting ‘All’.
But this trick comes with a Price and that price is loosing the capabilities to undo the steps using CTR+Z or CTR/CMD+ALT/OPT+Z, since Purge command removes all the History and backlog saved by the Photoshop.
so before using that you need to be careful and you should do it only when you know, that you don’t want to go and undo any steps.
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