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Delete Photoshop preferences to fix performance issues

Posted on 7/9/13 8:44 AM by Get Schooled in Adobe, in Graphic Design, in photoshop, in photoshop preferences, in Tips & Tricks, in troubleshoot

Have you ever noticed that all of a sudden Photoshop is just acting wacky? Maybe the application is crashing frequently or fonts are missing. If you're suddenly experiencing performance issues within Photoshop, it might be due to a corrupt preference file. Luckily, even though preference files corrupt often, they're simple to delete, and will rebuild themselves the next time you launch the application.

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