Our company use Photoshop CC to retouch the customers photo and some sensitive information such as id card copy, bank and credit card information.
Then we set the File Handling->Recent File List Contains to 0 files. This hide the cache that PS created and nothing shown on the first page when PS started. However, when we changed this value back to 20, we discovered that all the opened file doesn’t shown on the first page were appeared again even if the image files have been deleted. It seems that PS creates the thumbnail cache without our knowledge and we cannot take control with it.
We already know that we can delete the whole recent file list from the menu, but if our staff forget to delete it, the next staff who use PS can view all these sensitive information which we don’t want to happen.
So we would like to know is there any way
to force PS not to cache anything?