Culled from the Adobe Photoshop CS3 forum FAQs comes an update on known issues with Photoshop CS3.
Archive for December 27th, 2006
John Nack, senior product manager for Photoshop has posted a story on his blog about the relative advantages of multiprocessors (multi-core) and what it means for Photoshop. John, not being an engineer geek himself has enlisted the help of Co-architect of Photoshop (and Photoshop engineer), Russell Williams to shed some light on the subject.
Geek Warning: if reading about CPUs, memory bandwidth and Amdahl’s Law gives you a headache, you might do well to avoid the subject. However, if you are into understanding issues surrounding Photoshop performance, you might want to sneak a peek.
You need at least 1GB of RAM, and you’ll go even faster with a dual-core processor, PC World’s lab testing shows.
Source: PC World
Written by Eric Dahl
With Microsoft’s Windows Vista finally released to manufacturers and on the verge of making its way to retail, we can at last get down to the business of examining precisely how well the new OS performs. In our first tests, we discovered that while Vista’s hardware requirements may be steep, it should run just fine–even with the Aero bells and whistles active–on machines that meet Microsoft’s Premium Ready specifications (1GB of RAM, and a DirectX 9-capable graphics board with at least 128MB of dedicated memory).