Photoshop laggy after update

Community Beginner ,
Mar 02, 2022 Mar 02, 2022

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Hello there everybody. So I waited with the update, because of possible lags, but unfortunately because of work I had to update for the newest version. After the update some functions are laggy and slow, specially zooming, brush size and opacity, liquify, spot healing brush is crazy slow and same goes for patch tool and clone stamp. I have no idea what to do, I didn't have this issue before. I restarted preferencies, deleted settings, etc (most of the regular fixes).
Any idea what to do, or should I try to reroll to previous version (if my company will be okay with that)?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks!

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Community Beginner , Mar 02, 2022 Mar 02, 2022
Nevermind! Found a solution in one of the threads! 1. Go to Preferences -> Technology Preview2. Deactivate "Enable Native Canvas Rulers" This helped and everything works as before! 

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Mar 02, 2022 Mar 02, 2022

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Nevermind! Found a solution in one of the threads!
1. Go to Preferences -> Technology Preview2. Deactivate "Enable Native Canvas Rulers"
This helped and everything works as before! 

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Thanks for your solution. My entire system slows down when Photoshop is open—not just Photoshop, but InDesign and even non-Adobe applications. This has happened for a few months, so I think the CC 2022 and 2023 updates have been involved. I just turned off all the Technology Preview options and restarted Photoshop, and things seem good so far. I would be interested in reading the thread where you found this solution. Could you provide a link?

 

27 inch iMac (late 2015)

OS 12.2.1 Monterey

Photoshop 23.2.1

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