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I went back and did BOTH, restarted, it was still there.I then went to my system configuration and unchecked Adobe Updater, hit apply, hit OK, said yes to the request to restart, and it was STILL THERE. I don't know when Adobe Updater first started being there, what it came with, but it is there, and it does its thing with every startup.First I just went into its own preferences (where after it's done "searching for updates," you can either hit Quit or Preferences) and told it to only do this once a month (the longest amount of time it offers). So then I went into the control panel and into programs, then change startup programs.If that doesn’t work, consider adding more RAM if your computer will support that.Having enough RAM for Photoshop is extremely important.Here’s a resource for those of you running Photoshop CS6: working on images, Photoshop stores data for Undo, Clipboard and History. Even with all these improvements, there are only so many files you can load before Photoshop will begin to slow down.One way to prevent this from happening is to only work with the file sizes you need for your project.
If that's not available, you will receive an error message.
That's never going to be 100 per cent successful, though - so remember to keep saving, and back up your design work.
It worked out with this script: -- @echo OFF cls @echo @echo @echo Adobe CS3 Installation. so it thinks that --mode=silent is the program running.
From there I found Adobe Updater and clicked "remove." I restarted, it was still there.
I did the same thing and hit "disable," restarted, it was still there.
When you open the various files you need, go to Image: Image Size and reduce your file sizes.