Premise - I am running Ps on an XPS 9370, so with no dedicated graphics; but aside from this one issue, all of my Adobe programs run beautifully.
I was thinking - why isn't there a way to start the Content Aware Fill tool with a completely blank sampling area, to then just add to? This would be especially useful for those who wish to save time and resources when they have to fill with a relatively small sample area (like, repetitive patterns that are especially hard to tackle manually). It could be implemented as an option with the omnipresent shift + click on the menu entry.
I am currently working on a rather complex project at the moment - I have to remove stickers from a curved, reflective carbon fibre surface on a sports car - and every time I try to shave off the excess sampling area, Photoshop ends up stalling, and I have to force quit via Task Manager.