Make Photoshop Faster: 2 little tips to help speed up the tool web designers love to hate.


Make Photoshop Faster

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Preferences » Performance » Cache Levels » 1

screenshot of the Photoshop Preferences window showing the setting of Cache Levels changed to 1.

Preferences » File Handling » Image Previews » Never Save

screenshot of the Photoshop Preferences window, under File Handling, showing the changed Image Previews setting changed to Never Save.

At least one satisfied customer had this to say (via direct message on twitter—who says DMs need to stay private?):

@simmy aka Ryan Sims
aka Simmy from the Bloc

“I was bummed cuz I got a new MBP and it wasn’t as fast as my old one… until I remembered your Pshop trickery. Now, my new one blazes. Thx!”

Got something to say? Tweet yo:

@danrubin aka Handsome Dan
aka “This guy!”

Or just show your appreciation:

Yes, you too can enjoy this fabulous background image on your very own computer and/or mobile device (as long as it?s an iPhone):

Oddly, this site has nothing to do with MediaTemple

And has not been sponsored (yet) in any way by Adobe

Though it was, in fact, designed using Adobe Photoshop & Adobe Illustrator (see what I did there?)

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