asked on 3rd Aug 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
When Adobe Photoshop starts, it allocates a percentage of the system RAM as Photoshop memory. Adobe Photoshop effectively becomes the priority user of this memory.
The solution to the problem
Follow the instructions to specify the amount of memory used by Adobe Photoshop 4.0:
Step 1- Open Adobe Photoshop 4.0 on the computer.
Step 2- Click on ‘File’ menu, select ‘Preferences’, and then select ‘Memory & Image Cache…’. (The ‘Preference’ dialog box appears.)
Step 3- Increase or decrease the amount of memory (percentage wise) used by Photoshop, in the ‘Used by Photoshop’ box.
Step 4- Click on ‘File’ menu and then select ‘Exit’ to close Photoshop.
Step 5- After that open Adobe Photoshop.
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