Can´t see the toolbar (File, edit and so on) after I updated Potoshop to it´s 2020 version.
That is the start/home workspace covering Photoshop UI. You can disable that in your Photoshop Preferences I do. The workspace does not have a tool bar or tool option bar on windows though I can see Photoshop menu bar. On a Mac I can not tell what you may see Mac OSX has a desktop option the Window's does not have to hide an application frame believe].
However, I did have a Problem After I allowed it to show to get a screen capture for you. When I unchecked show home workspace and restarted 2020 the Home workspace still opened. I had to restore the backup I made for my 2020 Photoshop preferences to get rid of it. Adobe PS had the problem in some older PS also.
Hellow. Thank´s for your reply.
I know I can edit the preferences, but in order to do so I need toclick on "Edit", but as you can see that option isnt available. That is in deed my problem
I can not read screen captures posted here this site reduces the size to much. If you open a file in the home screen that workspace should close. And you workspace should open. Make sure you display driver is up to date and your running a supported Windows version for PS 2020
What happens if you use the Alt key, like Alt+E+N, or for the Prefs, Ctrl+K?
It sort of looks like there's a browser window overlaying the Photoshop window. I see you have Chrome open; what happens if you close bothe Chrome and Photoshop, and then start Photoshop again without Chrome running?
I tried what you proposed but that is not the problem. In this video maybe you can better appreciated the problem
It looks like maybe there's some odd interaction with the Windows API? I can see your desktop through the border of the application frame, and the splash screen looks off, too.
What happens if you click on the Photoshop logo in the upper left corner?
Yes, that is what happens. When I click on the Photoshop icon this is what appears:
Hi I have the same issue, do you have a solution to this yet?
Hi. I just fixed it. what I did was update the driver of my computers graphic card. After I reseted my computer I uninstalled Photoshop and installed it again. And that was it.
I have this exact issue, too.
Try resetting your workspace. It looks like your home Home workspace has become un-docked and is covering most of Photoshop's main window. I tried very hard to un-dock it on me machine however, all I cah do is toggle it on and off and it is docked when visible. I do not normally use it. Its Home icon in PS 2020 on the left end of the Tool option bar, in previous releases I disable it there not even an Icon toggle for the home workspace.
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One thing that's worked for a couple of people with this issue is checking if you have multiple graphics drivers installed, like, say, an Intel and Nvidia, and deactivate the Intel one.
Oh. Ok. I will try
Hi, I finally did it
What I did was update the driver of my computers graphic card. After I reseted my computer I uninstalled Photoshop and installed it again. And that was it.
Thanks for your help
Glad it's working!
Hi, I have the same issue. I want to update my driver, but I don´t know how. Could you help me?
Hi. First you must identify what video card your computer has. Then you can update it from the software that controls the graphics card or go to its website and look for the latest driver developed for it.
This only kind of worked for me - I can disable my intel graphics driver and photoshop will work, but if my computer falls asleep or I restart the screen comes up all stretched out. Looks like the only solution for me right now is to disable the intel card before I start up photoshop, but then enable it again before I'm done using my computer for the day. Less than ideal, I hope this gets fixed.
Deactivating the Intel one did work for me! Thanks 1000 times.
For AMD users, those who don't want to update their drivers. Here is the solution:
1. open Adobe Photoshop, minimize it
2. Right click on desktop, open AMD Radeon settings,
3. go to preferences,
4. Click radeon additional settings
5. Click tab switchable graphics application settings
6. In recent application
7. Use drop down menu to change
Adobe spaces helper.exe to power saving
Now restart the adobe photoshop (just close and open).
It works for me, Thank you for the Guidelines!!!
Thank you so much!