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How do I permanently disable "Use Graphics Processor"?

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Nov 10, 2020

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My Photoshop cannot work with my graphics processor. Every time I open it I have to disable it to be able to do anything at all and all my Photoshop tab arrangements etc. are lost. This is super annoying. Is there a way to permanently disable this option?

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How do I permanently disable "Use Graphics Processor"?

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My Photoshop cannot work with my graphics processor. Every time I open it I have to disable it to be able to do anything at all and all my Photoshop tab arrangements etc. are lost. This is super annoying. Is there a way to permanently disable this option?

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If you turn it off with no documents open it will hold.

Kevin Stohlmeyer Adobe Community Professional/Adobe Certified Instructor

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If you disablee GPU support all Photoshop features that require GPU support will  not be available.

Features that won't work without a GPU

  • 3D
  • Birds Eye View
  • Flick Panning
  • Oil Paint
  • Perspective Warp 
  • Render – Flame, Picture Frame, and Tree
  • Scrubby Zoom
  • Smooth Brush Resizing

Features that require a GPU for acceleration

  • Artboards
  • Blur Gallery - OpenCL accelerated
  • Camera Raw 
  • Image Size – Preserve Details
  • Lens Blur 
  • Neural Filters
  • Select Focus
  • Select and Mask - OpenCL accelerated
  • Smart Sharpen - OpenCL accelerated
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