Bridge 2020 V10 too slow on Windows 10 OS

Community Beginner ,
Nov 08, 2019

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Bridge V10 too slow.   Running on HP intel i7, SSD, Geforce950m, windows 10.  Uninstalled V10 and reinstalled v9.1

 

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New Here ,
Jun 22, 2020

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Same problem for me. Bridge 2020 is very slow to startup, navigate folders or render thumbnails. Like others, it's not a machine problem - everything else I have works fine - it is purely Bridge 2020. And it's very frustrating. Please advise this community what is being done to resolve a widespread problem. 

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New Here ,
Jul 02, 2020

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Agreed, same here. Also having problems with the newest version of Bridge. Really frustrating as having to launch 2019 version every time, but when paying for this service you expect it to work 😞

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Explorer ,
Jul 07, 2020

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Yep, let me join the chorus.  I've been reporting this iussue since before Bridge 2019.  It all went pear-shaped for me after 2017.  Rendering previews of RAW files smashes the CPU.  Doesn't use any GPU resources.  Like others here I have a high range specification PC with 8gb video card, 64gb RAM and a six-core processor.  Apps are iunstalled on SSD as well as a separate SSD for the Bridge Cache.  My keyboard even takes ten seconds to render a keystroke when Bridge is hoigging all the resources.  It even worse now since the latest updates.  Now it hogs RAM too and crashes the computer.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 07, 2020

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First question: did you install the windows 10 2004 update? Anybody who has updated to 2004 needs to MANUALLY check each device in the system path and check to see if the driver is the latest.

Second question: have you checked the administrative tools/ event viewer / application log for details on why windows crashed.

80% of windows crashes are hardware or memory corruption errors. usually due to drivers being not up to date or system files being corrupted.

Bridge being slow and Bridge just sucking is a completely different issue.

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Explorer ,
Jul 07, 2020

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All of my software is up to date.  I've checked the drivers on my devices too.  This was happening before the latest Windows 10 updates anyway.  I've run sfc /scannow too and it fixed some corrupt files.  Made no difference to the Bridge issues.  I'm now running Bridge again without keeping 100% previews in cache, but producing screen-sized previews instead.  The problem persists.  By the way, why would Bridge create 100% previews of JPEG files?  Isn't that just unnecessary duplicatrion?  I use Bridge primarily as a Digital Asset Manager.  I keyword my files and tag the IPTC EXIF fields.  My basic editing is in ACR and I only go to Photoshop when I want to produce client work.  At this time, I'm having to Use Photo Mechanic to do my importing, culling, and keywording because Bridge is just a bottleneck.

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