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I have windows 64bit pc with 4GB ram and Intel Pentium 3.00GHz processor.

Now when I worked with lots of groups in PSD and when I move or transform a group, Photoshop slows down.These operations are slower.

I am worked with a lot of screens of Application UI where I just have to move similar components from one to another.

What are the tricks for working efficiently with large groups so that Photoshop quickly works and doesn't slow down?

  • 4GB of RAM is very low by today's standards. More RAM would certainly not hurt. – Scott Apr 6 '17 at 6:38
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  1. Hit CTRL+K and research the Performance tab.
  2. Clean up your cache via 'Edit → Purge → All'.
  3. Purge 'Camera Raw Cache'.
  4. Clean up your documents and work with the correct resolution.
  5. Buy an SSD drive.
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  • I fix for me was running Photoshop + [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [Alt] to delete Preferences. After that magically my Photoshop is running smoothly again. – Gabrielizalo Dec 4 '17 at 19:06

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