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I can't see icons and it seems like Photoshop is glitchy

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Sep 03, 2020

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Yesterday, I got my own school account for Adobe software and I installed Photoshop on my notebook. Today, when I opened it, it looked like this. I tried closing it and opening it back, I also tried re-installing Photoshop and tried other Adobe programs, which worked perfectly. Is this just my problem? How can I fix this?

 

Edit: I have just now tried installing older version of Photoshop and I have the same problem here.

When I open the newest version of Photoshop, it just looks like it hasn't loaded fully.When I open the newest version of Photoshop, it just looks like it hasn't loaded fully.Look at this, how can I work with that?!Look at this, how can I work with that?!

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It could be an issue with your GPU driver, have you tried updating that from the manufacturers website, it will either be Intel, AMD or Nvidia

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I can't see icons and it seems like Photoshop is glitchy

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Yesterday, I got my own school account for Adobe software and I installed Photoshop on my notebook. Today, when I opened it, it looked like this. I tried closing it and opening it back, I also tried re-installing Photoshop and tried other Adobe programs, which worked perfectly. Is this just my problem? How can I fix this?

 

Edit: I have just now tried installing older version of Photoshop and I have the same problem here.

When I open the newest version of Photoshop, it just looks like it hasn't loaded fully.When I open the newest version of Photoshop, it just looks like it hasn't loaded fully.Look at this, how can I work with that?!Look at this, how can I work with that?!

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Correct answer by Ged Traynor | Adobe Community Professional

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It could be an issue with your GPU driver, have you tried updating that from the manufacturers website, it will either be Intel, AMD or Nvidia

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It could be an issue with your GPU driver, have you tried updating that from the manufacturers website, it will either be Intel, AMD or Nvidia

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Yes, you're right, it was because of the GPU, I just realized it a few minutes ago. But thank you.

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