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Photoshop Elements 2022 copy a photo in Adobe to place in a windows folder system very slow

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Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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Adobe Photoshop Elements 2022 | Windows | Multilingual
Elements Organizer 20.0.0.0
Major Version: 20.0 (20220702.Git.dot.b9b2853)
Language Version: 20.0 (20220702.git.dot.b9b2853)
Current catalog:
Catalog name: Catalog_20220917
Catalog location: C:\Users\...\....\Adobe\Elements Organizer\20.0\Catalog......\
Catalog size: 2.4 GB
Catalog cache size: 136.7 MB
System:
Operating system name: Windows 10 SSD 1T of which more than 800GB is free
Operating system version: 10.0
System Architecture: Intel CPU Family:6 Model:7 Steps:2 with MMX, SSE Integer, SSE FP, SSE2
Built-in memory: 31.8 GB
Free memory: 24 GB
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With Adobe startup, loading the catalog is super fast.
However, when I copy a photo in Adobe that I then want to place in a folder in the explorer, the system is super slow.
It takes more than 12 seconds before the photo becomes visible in the explorer and before the cursor forms an arrow again instead of a circle, more than 20 seconds.
According to the specifications that Adobe Elements 2022 sets for a PC, my PC would more than meet these specifications.
What could this be due to?

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Community Expert , Nov 23, 2022 Nov 23, 2022

What happens if you use a different option?:

  • Click and drag a file from the Organizer grid to a Windows File Explorer window
  • Use the File>Export as New File(s) menu
  • Select a file and open its location in an Explorer window from the Information Panel on the right and copy and paste from there.

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Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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What method are you using to copy the photo? 

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Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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I use the key combination Ctrl+C in Adobe and then paste with Ctrl+V the photo in a folder using the Windows explorer.

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Nov 23, 2022 Nov 23, 2022

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What happens if you use a different option?:

  • Click and drag a file from the Organizer grid to a Windows File Explorer window
  • Use the File>Export as New File(s) menu
  • Select a file and open its location in an Explorer window from the Information Panel on the right and copy and paste from there.

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Hello Greg's

Thank you for this idea, it is indeed the solution, it works fine now. Best Regards

Geert

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