Running PSE 2022 on Windows 10 Home using BOOTCAMP on a Mac

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Apr 16, 2022 Apr 16, 2022

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OK, my Photoshop Elements 2022 running Windows 10 Home on a Mac with BOOTCAMP generally works fine, but there are some functional cosmetic issues with some of the menus, such as the Options in the tools aren't fully developed and are crowded out at the bottom (see red box) so that the forms, menus, and selections aren't fully visible for selection which makes the User Interface harder to access.

 

I've also experienced some CPU or memory processing latency when I don't save the file and keep on creating and working...the mouse cursor gets sluggish and doesn't respond to commands well until I save the file...and I have lots of megabytes and gigabytes of computer memory.

 

I am running Photoshop Elements 2022 Version 20.0 x64 and bought from Amazon.com when it first came out in October 2021.  After calling Adobe Tech Support in March 31, 2022, Adobe got this to work even if it doesn't quite look like the PSE 2022 with the Quick Mode and Expert Mode tabs.

 

Thus, I would appreciate if Adobe can fix these errors and streamline the PSE 2022 code for running it on Windows using BOOTCAMP on a Mac. Thanks :-).

 

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Apr 18, 2022 Apr 18, 2022

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You have posted this on the Photoshop ecosystem forum.

A moderator has decided to move it to the Photoshop Elements forum where you have started the other discussion:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop-elements-discussions/adobe-photoshop-elements-2022-needs-to...

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Apr 18, 2022 Apr 18, 2022

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You are just making your own problems, to have problems.  You really need to give your bootcamp issue a rest.  Reposting your self created problem in different community help forum-isn't going to accomplish anything other than have other users deplicate responses.

Expecting Adobe to to "fix it" is pretty unrealistic, particulalry because it's not an error for it to work in bootcamp. Submit your feature request, and move on---

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