Photoshop: use less RAM

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My idea is to work use less RAM and to take up less space, but still have all the good features. Also, it would be amazing if I could import illustrator gradients into photoshop. Ram hasn't been speeding up like it used to, and many people use laptops and netbooks in their free time. Another idea is to have an easy to use and visual photoshop guide that comes downloaded with the software like autodesk's documentation files.
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Howard Pinsky, Champion

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Engineers are always looking to utilize as little resources as possible. Each release seems to tackle this little by little.

Your second idea contradicts your first idea. You suggest using less space. Documentation for an application like Photoshop would take up a LOT of space. There are plenty of resources online for Photoshop training.

http://www.adobe.com/support/photosho...
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Free Photoshop, Lightroom, Elements, and Photoshop.com Learning Resources: http://adobe.ly/iczlLh

I have links to all the help documentation in both HTML and PDF format in the above link - not mention tons of video tutorials on Adobe TV.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Additionally, this site works better if there's one Idea per topic so users can comment and vote on each idea.
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»My idea is to work use less RAM and to take up less space, but still have all the good features.«
Are you sure that qualifies as an idea?
And the term »good features« is pretty vague – because what constitutes »good«-ness can vary between users.