Photoshop Version 7.0.1
Plug-Ins & Scratch Disks:
Second, Third and Fourth: None
Memory & Image Cache:
Cach Levels: 4
Maximum Used by Photoshop: 80% = 745MB
Media Center Edition [Why I got that I don't know. I think it implies that I do a lot of music files. I don't. Truly, I don't even know how to work with music files. I listen to old-fashioned CD's on an old fashioned CD player and yes from the CD/DVD drive on my computer. But I wouldn't know how to save them or anything about such files. I'm an image man.]
Service Pack 2
Penttium[R] D CPU 2.80GHz
2.79 GHz, 1.00 GB of RAM
Capacity: 144 GB
Free space: 109 GB
I don't have an external drive.
How to set this properly so Photoshop is fast and it doesn't slow the rest of the computer down? I do a lot of work in Photoshop with large image files.
I have Photoshop CS on my Mac G5 and no other drive but what it came with and it's lightning quick.
This is the warning I get when Photoshop opens, and I've never figured out what it means or how to do it: