I've got a pretty old computer at work and that causes problems with photoshop.
When I boot up Photoshop, it always tries to load back the latest .psd file I had opened, as a recover (probably doesn't load the .psd file itself, just tries to remember how it was when Photoshop was closed.)
Thing is, sometimes those .psd are huge, and basically freeze my computer for 5 minutes when I'm loading them. So when I boot Photoshop for anything, it often tries to load that Freeze-for-5-minutes file, even if I just need PS to crop a small .jpg.
Is there an option, somewhere, that I could tick to tell Photoshop I don't want him to try and recover the old file? Every time I boot Photoshop, I want it blank or loaded with only the file I opened?
PS: I'm a web developer. I don't do changes and then try to save over it, PS is only to crop out things. So if PS crashes and I lose changes, I don't mind.