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Disk space issue in Photoshop 2020 after importing image on Windows

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Oct 07, 2020

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hi everyone,

when am starting photoshop i have 200gb left ont my main SSD then after creating a new project and importing one image il i loose more then 70gb on my ssd drive  if  i add two image  its satured my disk
if i close photoshop it go back to 200gb left on my SSD i need help 

 

 

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Disk space issue in Photoshop 2020 after importing image on Windows

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hi everyone,

when am starting photoshop i have 200gb left ont my main SSD then after creating a new project and importing one image il i loose more then 70gb on my ssd drive  if  i add two image  its satured my disk
if i close photoshop it go back to 200gb left on my SSD i need help 

 

 

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Hi,

 

We're sorry about the trouble with Photoshop. Would you mind telling us the dimensions and resolution of the document that you are creating in Photoshop?

 

Photoshop creates temporary file when you launch the app and create/open a document. If you are working with large files, Photoshop would require more to create the necessary temporary files. You can use the second drive you have on the computer as an alternate scratch disk by going to the Preferences for Photoshop, then Scratch disks.

You can check: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/scratch-disks-preferences.html

 

Hope this helps!

Regards,

Nikunj

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Thanks for the update!

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