Photoshop CC 2015: What does this MacOS error mean and what's causing it?

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Closed Bridge and Photoshop, about one minute later simply tried to close a Finder window and it wouldn't close, got a beachball instead. Yes, just from clicking the little "x" on the Finder window. Checked Console to see what was wrong this time. From Console:

"disable_update_timeout: UI updates were forcibly disabled by application "Photoshop CC" for over 1.00 seconds. Server has re-enabled them."

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grauenwölfe

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  • so incredibly irritated with Apple AND Adobe

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It's an OS bug that Apple is working on. It can be safely ignored.
And you can only get that message while Photoshop is running.  So it probably happened a while before your Finder hang.
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grauenwölfe

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WindowServer has been more or less broken since Mavericks making Finder more or less broken. Do not understand what they are doing over there anymore, all the money and resources in the world on their plate and yet they repeatedly give us slop.

Looking over my logs all applications had this message, not just PS. You probably won't address this but are you guys (Adobe) not entirely fed up with Apple? Can't Adobe engineers just tell Apple "Look, seriously, we need to have a talk" or something to that effect and sit down with them and go over the dozens of very real issues they won't fix?