Photoshop: Auto-Save/Recovery function

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Why doesn't PS have an autosave function? Every time the application crashes, i lose a work of mine, which i've been practicing for hours.
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Again I lost my work when a Thunderstorm caused a momentary power blackout, It would be great if PS had a hold function so in this case the site that was up would reload. Also, it would be nice to be able to close with work on the screen and have is auto save so it would be there when next opened. Is this possible? Probable? Realistic? Thanks, Would appreciate a return comment: stevebee@coastalnow.net

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Save me from Thunderstorms - Save save save auto save.
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Do you have Photoshop CS6?
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i'm working in a design firm, and adobe photoshop is one of the primary graphic application we are using. i believe that i wont be the first one to highlight this problem to Adobe but i want to emphasize and maybe it's about time now for Adobe to work on this autosave feature and back up feature. we have been experiencing a tremendous amount of complaint from our design staff that when the photoshop file crashes they have to redo all over again. adn without those feature Adobe photoshop is becoming inefficient. we all hope Adobe can find a way to resolve this long overdue problem. thanks.,

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autosave and/or back up for adobe photoshop.
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You may want to update to Photoshop CS6.