edispics

edispics

Joined on Dec 4, 2012

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  • Problem is not Adobe refusing to honor perpetual licenses, problem is CC. which is like an ornery car salesman, refusing to go away. Through my own stupidity CC got on my system, couldn't get my ...
  • Two obvious free alternatives: Flickr - 1TB free Organize order. Create albums. Share uid and pw to share uploading. Albums can be private or public. Easy open access or by link by anybody. Easy ...
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    If you are a Photoshop user, stay with Intel. Consider this: Really, the true test for Ryzen is how it compares to the Intel Core i7 7700K since that is currently the best CPU available for ...
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  • Just FYI - the M.2 connector will support either the  SATA or PCIe protocol, or in some cases, both. Because it says M.2 does not mean it is necessarily PCIe Here is the description from Kingston: ...
  • Right off the top if you are serious about 10 bit, Adobe Premiere and Photoshop require 10 bit color buffers to support 10 bit color. The only video cards that support 10 bit color buffers are the ...
  • Sounds like you are now logged in with a different account than the one that the previous desktop was associated with. See this: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-securit ...
  • Yuo. Performance problems don't come from too much memory, they come from not enough memory when the system has to start using disk space as memory because there is not enough memory for it to ...
  • No, by default Windows does NOT make the pagefile = RAM plus overhead. By default on my 32 GB system, Windows 10 recommends less than 2 GB. I let the OS manage my pagefile allocation and it never ...
  • Very cute, I understand what the words mean. WHY do you believe having 64GB of memory will cause pagefile activity to "dominate" as opposed to having a lesser amount memory? A little refresher from ...
  • Not sure what you are saying here. It appears that you are saying that RAM is mirrored in the pagefiles, implying that the more memory one has, the larger the pagefile, if RAM is mirrored, as you ...
  • What do you mean by this statement "will dominate disk I/O to refresh the virtual memory"
  • Not sure what you are getting at. The OS uses the defined pagefiles when there is not enough memory. If you let the OS determine the pagefile size, it sets a minimum, recommended and currently ...
  • Puget has done extensive testing to identify what aspects of LR benefit from more cores: https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Adobe-Lightroom-CC-6-Multi-Core-Performance-649/
  • Have you actually looked at the options that are available to you for determining when and how updates are applied? This is from one of my laptops, the settings include: Have you set your active hours?
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    Take a look at this article and other articles referenced therein. https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Adobe-Premiere-Pro-CC-Multi-Core-Performance-698/ The system you choose will depend ...
  • As others have noted, LR and PS form the backbone for most folks. LR to organize and make global adjustments and LR for detailed retouching. However, there are many PS plugins that extend/simplify ...
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