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Photoshop is a ‘memory hungry’ programme. As a rule of thumb, photoshop requires five times the RAM as the size of file.
You can do a couple of things to help, regardless of your machines RAM. To help speed up processing in photoshop, check your machines photoshop memory allocation in preferences.
(pc) edit > preferences > performance
(mac) Photoshop > preferences > performance
The interface can be set to black or any shade of gray.
(pc) edit > preferences > interface
(mac) Photoshop > preferences > interface
Set how transparent pixels are displayed.
(pc) edit > preferences > transparency and gamut
(mac) Photoshop > preferences > transparency and gamut
‘None’ displays transparent pixels as white.
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